Militants fired 8 times on Ukrainian positions in Donetsk and Artemivsk area, - ATO press center
They used grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms
From 6 p.m. yesterday militants carried out 8 shellings on Ukrainian positions in the area of Donetsk and Artemivsk, reported ATO Press Center on its Facebook page.
Terrorists fired at Opytne, Pisky and near Avdiivka using automatic grenade launchers and small arms, the report said. With under-barrel grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms militants fired at Mayorsk and Artemivsk. At night, two terrorists attacked Pisky with small arms.
Earlier, a fierce battle between Ukrainian soldiers and militants took place near Avdiivka.
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