Ukraine’s army hit by more attacks from Russian-backed forces in eastern Ukraine
At least 11 attacks from militants reported
Russian-backed militants in Donbas shelled Ukraine’s Armed Forces at least 11 times over the past 24 hours, ATO (Anti-Terroristic Operation) press center informed on Facebook.
Intense military activity was reported in Mariupol direction. In particular, near Bogdanivka, militants shelled Ukrainian positions with 122 mm self-propelled artillery guns. Near Butivka coalmine, Opytne and Mayorske, Ukraine’s Armed Forces were attacked with 82 mm mortars, near Maryinka – with small arms.
Ukraine’s Armed Forces near Novoselivka were attacked with 82 mm mortars. Near Shyrokyne Ukraine’s military were shelled with heavy machine guns.
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