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Day in Donbas: Eight attacks, one Ukrainian military injured

Source : 112 Ukraine

Russian-backed militants used weapons of prohibited calibers
22:00, 26 August 2019
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky pays his fisrt visit to Luhansk region
Presidential Administration press office
 
Since the beginning of the day, August 26, Donbas militants have violated the ceasefire eight times using weapons of prohibited calibers. This is reported by Joint Forces Operation (JFO) HQ.

In the Donetsk sector, militants fired three times at the positions of the Ukrainian military. They used grenade launchers of various systems to
attack our strongholds near Vodyane and small arms to target Lebedynske.

In the Luhansk area, they violated the ceasefire five times. From 82-mm mortars, grenade launchers of various systems and heavy machine guns, they fired at positions near Novoluhansk; from grenade launchers of various systems, heavy machine guns and small arms - near Mayske; from hand-held anti-tank grenade launchers in the area of Shumy; from automatic grenade launchers - near Luhanske settlement.

As a result of enemy shelling, one Ukrainian military was injured.
 
 
Earlier we reported that 282 people were refused to get through the contact line in Donbas due to the absence of documents.

"309,5 thousand citizens and 36,2 thousand vehicles passed through the contact line by the established procedure on the previous week. 282 people were refused to get through the line due to the lack of the documents and absence of the necessary number of them," the post reads. 

It is noted that the border police has detected 31 Ukrainian passports with the elements of partial counterfeit. 

Besides, 18 citizens were held liable for the crossing of the state border between Ukraine and Russia through inactive crossing points on the temporarily uncontrolled territory of the Ukrainian-Russian border.  

 
 
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