We expect militants not to star shelling during Christmas, - ATO press Centre
Militants 31 times started shelling
Shelling of Ukrainian territory continues. 31 episodes of shelling were spotted during ceasefire regime. But Ukrainian troops hope there will be no shelling during holidays, - says ATO Press Centre officer Anton Myronovych.
“We hope militants will understand this is a holiday and there is no need to dampen people`s mood. We expect to have peace during this time” – says Press Centre officer.
He added Ukrainian troops didn`t start shelling in response because all the attacks were simple provocations.
“Shelling near Donetsk continued. In particular near Donetsk Airport. Militants used machine guns and small guns near Pesky and Opitne. Ukrainian troops didn`t start shelling in respond.
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