ATO HQ: Militants opened fire 9 times on Ukrainian units
Enemy conducted attacks using grenade launchers of various systems, heavy machine guns and small arms
Since the beginning of the day pro-Russian militants have opened fire 9 times on Ukrainian units, - reported the press center of ATO headquarters on Facebook.
Militants intensively shelled strongholds of Ukrainian military at the approaches to Avdiivka.
“Enemy has conducted 5 attacks using grenade launchers of various systems, heavy machine guns and small arms. In addition, on this demarcation line section their sniper opened fire on Ukrainian soldiers."- said in a statement.
In Mariupol direction militants used automatic mounted grenade launchers and small arms shelling ATO forces fortifications in Novotroitsk and Berezove.
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