The War in Donbass, also known as the Donbass War, is an armed conflict in the Donbass region of Ukraine, part of the Ukrainian crisis and the broader Russo-Ukrainian War. From the beginning of March 2014, in the aftermath of the 2014 Ukrainian revolution and the Euromaidan movement, protests by Russia-backed anti-government separatist groups took place in the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine, collectively called the Donbass region. These demonstrations, which followed the February ...
- 6 April 2014 – present, (7 years and 4 days)
- Stalemate, Separatists take control of parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, Russian intervention in Ukraine, Minsk Protocol ceasefire signed on 5 September 2014, Minsk II ceasefire came into effect on 15 February 2015, Renewed attempt to implement Minsk II on 1 September 2015
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Timeline of the war in Donbass (2017)) This is a timeline of the War in Donbass, from 1 January 2017. The timeline follows an ongoing conflict between Ukraine and anti-government pro-Russian separatists supported by Russian troops in the Donbass region in eastern Ukraine.
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The Pro-Russian separatist forces of the war in Donbas, or the United Armed Forces of Novorossiya (Russian: Объединённые Вооруженные Силы Новороссии; acronym NAF), is the umbrella name for the militias and armed volunteer groups affiliated with the unrecognized political union called Novorossiya (New Russia).
- ~ 42,500 (June 2015)
- 3 March 2014, (as Donbas People's Militia)
- 16 September 2014
- Russia (Allegedly)
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- Living conditions in the conflict zone
- War crimes
During the ongoing war in Donbass between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatist insurgents in the Donbass region of Ukraine that began in April 2014, many international organisations and states noted a deteriorating humanitarian situation in the conflict zone. A report by the United Nations said there had been an "alarming deterioration" in human rights in territory held by insurgents affiliated with the Donetsk People's Republic and Luhansk People's Republic. The UN reported gr
A report by the OHCHR released on 28 July 2014 said that based on "conservative estimates", at least 1,129 civilians had been killed since mid-April during the fighting, and that at least 3,442 had been wounded. Another OHCHR report, released on 20 November, estimated that the number of civilians killed in the conflict had risen to 4,317, and that at least 9,921 had been wounded.
Some refugees from the Donbass fled to parts of western and central Ukraine, such as Poltava Oblast. Around 2,000 families from the Donbass were reported to have taken refuge in the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa. Other refugees from Luhansk fled to Russia during the week-long ceasefire that was declared 23 June 2014 and in effect until 27 June. As of June 2014, at least 110,000 people had left Ukraine for Russia in the wake of the conflict, according to a United Nations report. Refugees clus
Since the start of the war, many people have been taken hostage or abducted by insurgents affiliated with the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics. Apart from ordinary citizens taken as forced labour by the insurgents, these include journalists, city officials, local politicians, and members of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe. A particularly large number of hostages were taken by Vyacheslav Ponomarev in Sloviansk, though these were later freed when government forces re
Monitors from the OSCE mission in Ukraine met with the self-proclaimed mayor of Sloviansk, Volodymyr Pavlenko, on 20 June. According to him, sewage systems in Sloviansk had collapsed, resulting in the release of least 10,000 litres of untreated sewage into the river Sukhyi Torets, a tributary of the Seversky Donets. He called this an "environmental catastrophe", and said that it had the potential to effect both Russia and Ukraine.
According to the International Committee of the Red Cross, the arbiter of international humanitarian law, the conflict is a "war", meaning that war crimes investigations can be held. A press release from the organisation said "These rules and principles apply to all parties to the non-international armed conflict in Ukraine, and impose restrictions on the means and methods of warfare that they may use".
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