Ukrainian armed forces, militants agree on ceasefire from December 5 – OSCE

Ukrainian military at a meeting with representatives of the Russian Armed Forces and LPR militants in Luhansk on November 29 agreed on a ceasefire, which is to take effect from December 5.
This is stated in a daily report of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (OSCE SMM) to Ukraine for December 1, a Ukrinform correspondent reported.
“On November 29, in Luhansk, the SMM was present at a meeting of the head of the Ukrainian contingent to the Joint Center for Control and Coordination (JCCC), Lt Gen Askarov; the head of the Russian Representation in south-east Ukraine, Lt Gen Lentsov; and members of the ‘LPR.’ Participants continued to dispute aspects of the disengagement phase of the Generals’ plan of November 14… All agreed in principle to a total ceasefire along the entire line of contact between Ukrainian Armed Forces and those under control of the ‘LPR,’ to be effective from December 5,” reads the report.
According to the report, LPR militants insisted that they were in control of all Cossack units and that “these units, too, would adhere to this proposal.” They also agreed that the withdrawal of heavy weapons would start on December 6.

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