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11 attacks reported in Eastern Ukraine conflict zone
23:27, 28 June 2017
11 attacks reported in Eastern Ukraine conflict zone

Ukrainian forces suffered no losses

23:27, 28 June 2017

Facebook ATO press center

Despite the declared so-called "harvest ceasefire", situation in Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) zone remains tense. Russia-backed terrorist groups not only continued to attack Ukrainian forces, but also shelled residential area in one of the frontline cities. 11 enemy attacks were recorded along delimitation line. Almost half of them were conducted from mortars of various calibers. There were no losses among Ukrainian Armed Forces despite enemy activity. This was reported by ATO HQ on Facebook.

In Mariupol direction, militants attacked Ukrainian positions near Lebedynske using 120 mm mortars and anti-tank grenade launchers. 82 mm mortars were fired at stronghold near Hnutove. Illegal armed groups also used mortars to attack Krasnohorivka. At the same time, invaders attacked residential area in Krasnohorivka from 120 mm mortars. Fortunately, civilians were not hurt.

In Donetsk direction, Russia-backed groups fired twice. Firstly they used heavy machine guns to attack one of Ukrainian strongholds near Avdiivka. Then militants launched 82 and 120 mm mines near Kamianka.

Most of the enemy attacks were recorded in Luhansk direction. Particularly, 82 mm mortars and IFV weaponry were used to attack Ukrainian defenders near Krymske. Beyond that, Russia-backed occupation forces shelled positions of Ukrainian units near Krymske, Stariy Aidar and Novotoshkivske using grenade launchers of various types. Small arms were fired near Shariv Kut settlement.

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