Tanks Withdrawn From Contact Line in East Ukraine
According to a spokesman from the special operations headquarters stationed in the LPR, the majority of tanks on the line of contact in the eastern Ukrainian self-proclaimed Lugansk People's Republic has been withdrawn.
Yesterday the command from Sector A along with representatives from the OSCE made a summary of the first day of completing the additions to the Minsk agreements on the withdrawal of weaponry. The majority of T-64 and T-72 tanks has been withdrawn from the line of contact.
He said the remainder of the heavy weapons would be withdrawn throughout the day on Tuesday and anti-tank guns would then be withdrawn.
This stage is planned to be completed today and the withdrawal of D-48 and D-44 anti-tank guns with calibers of 85mm and 82 mm shells from the line of contact will soon begin.