Ukraine: Will heavy weapons be withdrawn according to the Minsk agreement?
Settled on 04/28/2022 09:40 Settled by Josef Biesenberger
A new ceasefire deal has been agreed between Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels, after intensive European diplomacy. One key point: Withdrawal of all heavy weapons by both sides
To equal distances to create a buffer zone of: at least 50km (30 miles) separating both sides for artillery systems of 100mm calibre or more; 70km for multiple rocket systems and 140km for the heaviest rocket and missile systems such as Tornado, Uragan, Smerch and Tochka.
Ukrainian troops to withdraw heavy weapons from the current frontline.
Separatist forces to withdraw theirs from the line of 19 September 2014.
Heavy weapons withdrawal must start no later than day two of the ceasefire and be completed within two weeks [3 March 2015]. The OSCE security body will assist in the process.
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