Pro-Russian militants continue to shell ATO forces positions, - ATO HQ
In particular 16 attacks were held at Donetsk and 10 at Mariupol direction
Today, illegal groups of pro-Russian militants continued to shell ATO forces positions. During the day 26 such attacks have been recorded, reported ATO HQ press service.
In particular 16 attacks were held at Donetsk direction and 10 at Mariupol direction.
Earlier ATO HQ reported that Militants attacked Ukrainian positions in Donbas 71 times
Violating the Minsk agreement, terrorists shelled Ukrainian strongholds near Krasnogorivka and Pisky from mortar rounds.
With grenade launchers, machine guns and small arms Russian terrorists shelled fortification in Novgorodske, Luganske, Troitske, Pisky and Opytne.
In several cases, Ukrainian military were forced to open fire in response from small arms.
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