There was a significant decrease in attacks by pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine’s restive east on Friday night (February 27), according to the military.
But, despite the two-week-old ceasefire agreement, there were reports rebels had fired GRAD missiles overnight at the town of Avdiivka, north of separatist-controlled Donetsk.
Fighting in the industrialised east of Ukraine has devastated the once-booming steel sector.
Government forces announced on social media that there had been a “full ceasefire in parts of the conflict zone,” with the truce being most-fully observed in two areas: around the separatist-controlled city of Luhansk and near the government stronghold of Mariupol.
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