Donbas: Militants attacked 49 times, - ATO press center
The majority of attacks are in Donetsk direction
Militants continue to shell Ukrainian positions in ATO area. They attacked 49 in the previous 24 hours, informed ATO press center on Facebook.
Pro-Russian terrorists attacked 42 times in Donetsk direction.
The situation was most tense around Avdiivka, where Ukrainian positions were shelled from various weapons.
Militants attacked ATO positions near Novhorodskiy and Lihansk from BMP.
Near Donetsk, Pisky and Opytne terrorists attacked from grenades and heavy machine guns.
In Mariupol direction, militants attacked near Maryinka, Hnutove and Hranytne, where they shelled ATO positions from grenades , mortars and small arms.
Attacks stopped after midnight.
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