Army positions in vicinities of Donetsk shelled from mortars
35 attacks have been reported over the day
Russia-backed militants mostly attacked the vicinities of Donetsk on February 2, ATO Press Centre reported, adding that 35 attacks took place in the combat area since Tuesday morning.
Avdiivka town was shelled from 82 mm mortars. Near Donetsk airport, pro-Kremlin mercenaries fired from small arms, grenade launchers and mortars in Pisky and Opytne.
Ukrainina positions in Verkhnyotoretske and Luhanske villages, near Horlivka town (Donetsk region), were shot at from small arms. The enemy used mortars and heavy machineguns to fire at Krasnohorivka.
On February 1, Ukrainian strongholds in Zaitsevo and Maiorske, Donetsk region, were repeatedly shelled from 120 mortars banned by Minsk deal.
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