Donbas: 152 mm artillery shells hit Arkhangelske, Donetsk region
Russia-backed mercenaries fire artillery and heavy mortars, shelling Ukrainian positions across combat area
21 attack was launched over the past 24 hours, the Ukrainian military reports. The vicinities of Avdiivka, Donetsk region, were shelled from mortars and RPGs; 122 mm howitzer shells landed in this area.
In early hours of Thursday, 152 mm artillery systems were used in the area of Arkhangelske village (Donetsk region), which is rather far away from the division line. Enemy IFVs were spotted near Luhanske village; near Maryinka and Shyrokyne, where the enemy opened fire from grenade launchers, HMGs and small arms.
In Luhansk region, the militants opened fire from an IFV and automatic grenade launchers.
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