ATO Forces are ready to hold a "silence day" on September 1, however, it is unsure whether militants will follow, Interfax.
According to the commander of the operative association "Center" - the head of the ATO in Donetsk and Lugansk regions, Lieutenant General Ruslan Homchak, ATO forces will cease fire on September 1.
Homchak also added the terrorists proceed to breach the Minsk agreement.
He said: "We are ready for the "silence mode". But we do not believe anticipation, we believe reliable information and execution of commands."
Lieutenant General described the situation in Donbas as "tense and difficult at the moment."
"We are now in Marinka, which is under fire every day ... the opponent is using artillery systems, tanks to hit our units. The information is now being checking that in the morning MRLS "Grad was used," he concluded.