Eastern Ukraine conflict: 17 attacks reported, - ATO HQ
Most of attacks conducted in Mariupol region
According to anti-terrorist operation press service, there were 17 attacks in Donbas region over the last 24 hours.
There were 10 attacks in Mariupol region. Enemy conducted fire from 120 mm mortar in Maryinka and Krasnogorivka, from 82 mm mortar in Bogdanivka and Chermalyk, and from heavy machine guns near Gnutove. The militants fired from infantry fighting vehicle in Starognativka and Shyrokyne.
There were 6 attacks in Donetsk region. Russia-backed mercenaries attacked Ukrainian army from heavy machine guns and automatic grenade launchers in Avdiivka, and from small arms in Vodyane and Zaitsevo.
Russia-backed troops engaged fire from heavy mounted grenade launcher near Novozvanivka, Luhansk region.
43 ceasefire violations in Donbas reported 16 October, 12:06
Donbas conflict: 18 attacks reported 17 October, 23:58
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