75 attacks in Donbas reported over the last 24 hours
Avdiivka, Donetsk region, was shelled from mortars and 122 mm self-propelled gun
Most of the attacks took place in the vicinities of Donetsk and large port city Mariupol, ATO Press Centre reported. The town of Avdiivka currently remains the hottest spot in the combat area.
82 mm mines hit Ukrainian positions near Krasnohorivka, Opytne, Pisky, Nevelske, Zaitseve, Maryinka and Chermalyk.
Ukrainian fortifications near Avdiivka were shelled from tanks, IFVs and a 122 mm self-propelled gun. Novhorodske and Luhanske went under fire from IFVs, grenade launchers and heavy machineguns. RPGs, large-caliber machineguns and small arms were used in attacks near Maryinka, Vodyane and Shyrokyne.
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