Militants 33 times opened fire in Donbas
Pro-Russian soldiers continue to violate ceasefire regime in Donbas, - says ATO press center
“Russian terrorist groups continue to violate ceasefire regime. Militants keep gunning our positions near Donetsk airport, in Peskov and Oprosnoe, using machine guns, grenade launchers and mortars. Among that, the enemy used mortars (82 mm caliber)” – sais the announcement.
On the North from Horlovka, in Shumi, Kodem and Mayorsk were used small arms.
On Mariupol`s territory shelling from grenade launchers was spotted in Chermalika area.
In Zaitsewo yesterday happened a skirmish with militants. In the ends pro-Russian soldiers retreated.
During yesterday 33 episodes of violation of Minsk agreements were spotted. Since midnight militants opened shelling five times, mainly with small arms.
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