That’s according to the chief of the Proliska Humanitarian Mission, Yevhen Kaplin, Ukrinform reports.
"Since the start of the escalation of hostilities, over the last four days, 104 civilian households have been damaged near the demarcation line in the territory controlled by the Ukrainian government. Four people were shell-shocked and sustained shrapnel injuries," Kaplin wrote on Facebook.
He also said that overnight Sunday and throughout the day, 22 civilian homes civilians were damaged in heavy shelling on the line of contact, including 14 in Novohnativka, four in Pobeda, and one in Slavne, Pivdenne, Malynove, and Luhanske.
As reported, on February 20, Russia’s armed formations violated the ceasefire 74 times, including 68 times involving weapons proscribed by the Minsk agreements.
Photo: Yevhen Kaplin, Facebook