Donbas: Luhanske village shelled from 120 mm mortars
18 attacks on Ukrainian positions took place over the day
Russia-backed militants intensified attacks on positions of government troops in eastern Ukraine, ATO Press Centre reports at Facebook.
Most of the attacked took place in the vicinities of Donetsk. “Near Opytne, Mayorsk and Zaitsevo, grenade launchers and small arms were used. 15 mines from 120 mm mortars hit outposts near Luhanske. Defenders of Avdiivka took fire from mortars, grenade launchers and small arms”, reads the message.
The enemy also opened fire from grenade launchers and small arms near Maryinka, Donetsk region. A hostile sniper shot at Ukrainian positions in that area.
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