Protest against Ceasefire in Donbass Was Held in Kiev

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The protesters gathered near the house where Zelensky liveв earlier, and held a rally near the Verkhovna Rada. The procession ended on the Maidan. According to unofficial data, several hundred people took part in it. On Monday evening, July 27, an action against the ceasefire in Donbas took place in the center of Kiev. As reported by the Internet edition "", the event began at around 19.00 local time (the same as Moscow time) in front of the office (administration - Ed.) of the president in the Ukrainian capital. The participants walked to the house where the head of the Ukrainian state Volodymyr Zelensky used to live. Then they proceeded along Mikhail Hrushevsky Street. Near the building of the Verkhovna Rada, the protesters several times began to chant: “Traitors”, “Avakov-devil” and “Zelea get away”. The procession ended on the Maidan. The action was initiated by the Poroshenko party The action was held on the initiative of the European Solidarity party, chaired by Petro Poroshenko. According to unofficial information given in the media, several hundred people took part in the procession. Ukrainian military reported attacks At midnight, local time (coincides with Moscow time), on July 27, a full and comprehensive ceasefire on the demarcation line in Donbas came into force. It was agreed upon by the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) on the settlement in eastern Ukraine, consisting of representatives of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), as well as Moscow and Kiev. Later, the Ukrainian military announced at least four separatist attacks on their forces in Donbas. For its part, the people’s militia of the self-proclaimed “Luhansk People’s Republic” voiced compliance with an indefinite truce. Peskov: “Guarantees from Russia” are impossible Meanwhile, as the press secretary of the Russian president Dmitry Peskov said on July 27, Russia cannot guarantee compliance with the ceasefire in Donbas, since it does not consider itself a party to the conflict. “At the level of the Normandy format fixing (agreements - Ed.) is one thing, and in this case I don’t think we can talk about any guarantees from Russia,” Peskov noted. During the six-year conflict in eastern Ukraine since 2014, more than 14,000 people have died.