20 attacks in Donbas region reported, - ATO HQ
Half of attacks detected in Mariupol region
Russia-backed militants fired 20 times in the Eastern Ukraine over the last 24 hours. Anti-terrorist operation press service reports this on Facebook.
The enemy opened fire from 120 and 82 mm mortar in Novoalexandrivka, and from small arms in Popasne, Luhansk region.
Ukrainian Army's Positions in Luhanske, Avdiivka, Verhnetoretske and Zaitsevo were attacked from 122 mm artillery system in breach of Minsk Agreements.
Half of the attacks were detected in Mariupol region. Russia-backed gunmen engaged fire from 120 and 82 mm mortar in Krasnogorivka, from automatic grenade launchers and armoured vehicles in Novotroyitske and Shyrokyne, and from heavy machine guns in Gnutove and Maryinka.
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