The Russian Defense Ministry said that, despite the shelling of Ukraine, the Russian army will continue to observe the ceasefire declared for Orthodox Christmas.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, at the call of the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Kirill, announced a ceasefire in Ukraine on January 6-7 as part of the Orthodox Christmas. The statement of the Russian Ministry of Defense says that, despite the ongoing shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Russian army will continue to observe the ceasefire declared for Orthodox Christmas. “Despite the artillery fire of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Russian positions and settlements, the implementation of the declared ceasefire regime will be continued by Russian troops until 24:00 today,” the report says.
The temporary ceasefire announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Ukraine in connection with Orthodox Christmas came into force on January 6 at 12:00.
Catholic and Protestant Christians celebrate Christmas on December 25, while Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on January 7.
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