Updated situation in the Joint Forces Operation area as of 11.00 February 2, 20222022-02-02 11:06:00 | ID: 66291
Glory to Ukraine!
The situation in the Joint Forces Operation area remains under control of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Over the course of the last 24 hours, February 1, 2 incidents of ceasefire violation by the Russian occupation forces were observed.
The occupational forces opened fire in the direction of MARIINKA using man-portable antitank grenade launchers.
In the vicinity of PISKY Russian mercenaries shelled the positions of the Ukrainian defenders using automatic grenade launchers and small arms.
The Joint Forces suffered no casualties as a result of the enemy fire.
Due to the commitment of the Ukrainian service members, the positions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces remain unchanged.
As of 11 o’clock this morning, February 2, there were no incidents of ceasefire violation by the Russian occupation forces.
The crime-related situation in the Joint Forces Operation area is considered relatively stable.
Over the course of the last 24 hours the police units, engaged in the Joint Forces Operation, inspected 3748 vehicles and 3748 individuals, including 3 individuals inspected for affiliation with the Russian Federation armed formations. Moreover, the police units were able to identify 39 cases of misdemeanor and investigate 46 offenses.
968 individuals passed through the entry-exit checkpoints going to the occupied territory and 736 individuals passed to return to the territory controlled by the Ukrainian government.
In order to implement the security measures aimed at protecting the civilian population, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine pyrotechnic units of the Joint Forces demined almost 5 hectares of land and transferred for disposal 45 items of explosive ordnance.
The Joint Forces units continue to carry out assigned missions of defeating and deterring the armed aggression of the Russian Federation.
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