21 enemy attack reported in Donbas last night
Enemy tank shot at Ukrainian positions near Troitske
Russia-backed militants 21 times attacked Ukrainian positions in Donbas, ATO Press Centre reported.
Emplacements near Opytne and Avdiivka, Donetsk region, were attacked from small arms. Positions in Starohnativka and Shyrokyne villages located near government-held port city of Mariupol were attacked from large-caliber machineguns and small arms. Luhanske was shelled from automatic grenade launchers.
An enemy tank fired at Troitske, at the frontier of Donetsk and Luhansk regions – another case of the use of the weaponry banned by Minsk agreement.
In Luhansk region, however, Russian troops and local illegal armed units didn’t violate the ceasefire.
Previously, January 9, two Ukrainian servicemen perished near Mayorsk in Donetsk region.
Russia sends its 57th humanitarian convoy to Donbas 27 October, 09:05
Ukraine in Minsk offers to liquidate Donetsk and Luhansk republics 26 October, 21:49
Donbas conflict: 40 attacks reported, - ATO HQ 25 October, 09:43
Militants increase fire activity: 72 attacks reported, - ATO HQ 27 October, 09:44
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