Donbas: Pro-Russian militants use artillery again
Avdiivka, Donetsk region, was shelled from 122 mm cannons
34 attacks on Ukrainian positions in combat area took place over the last 24 hours – most of them near Donetsk (Avdiivka, Kamyanka, Verkhnyotoretske and Zaitseve) and Mariupol (Pavlopol, Shyrokyne, Starohnativka, Maryinka, Bohdanivka).
In Luhansk region, Russian mercenaries fired mostly small arms, RPGs and large-caliber machineguns. Novoolexandrivka and Novozvanivka went under fire in that sector on the combat area.
Four enemy drones were spotted over the combat area for the last 24 hours.
It’s been first time in a month (since the ceasefire regime was announced in September) that Russia-backed militants used the Minsk-banned artillery.
Source: counter-terrorism operation's HQ
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