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MOSCOW, October 9. /TASS/. The authorities of districts and cities in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) did not register ceasefire violations last night.
"Everything is calm and quiet," head of the Telmanovsky district administration Sergey Ivanov told Donetsk News Agency.
A similar assessment of the situation was given by the authorities of Novoazovsky district, Gorlovka, Makeevka, Yasinovataya, Dokuchaevsk and Donetsk.
"All has been well recently," head of Petrovsky district of Donetsk Maxim Zhukovsky said.
A ceasefire violation was registered last time in Kuibyshevky district of the DPR capital city Donetsk on October 7. The Ukrainian military shelled the village of Oktyabrsky in the northwest of Donetsk. According to head of the district Ivan Prikhodko, no one was injured.
According to an agreement reached at the talks in Minsk, Belarus, full ceasefire at the contact line came into force on September 1. It is also a precondition for the beginning of the new weapons withdrawal in accordance with the treaty initialed by the Contact Group on September 29 and then signed by the heads of the Donetsk and Luhansk republics and Kiev.