ATO HQ: Avdiivka remains the epicenter of the shelling
Over the past day militants fired on Ukrainian military positions 50 times
Over the past day militants fired on Ukrainian military positions 50 times, - reported the press center of ATO HQ on the Facebook page.
Separatists don’t cease fire from grenade launchers, machine guns of different systems and antitank missile systems, as well as mortars of caliber 82 and 120 mm.
“In the Pisky area separatists conducted 3 attacks, shelling Ukrainian strongholds from prohibited by the Minsk agreement weapons in Mayorske and Zaytsevo direction, and also 2 attacks were conducted in Berezove direction” - said in a statement.
Avdiivka remains the epicenter of the shelling. Militants fired on Avdiivka 15 times, using mortars of caliber 82 and 120 mm.
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