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Day in Donbas: Russian forces launch 14 attacks

Source : 112 Ukraine

Armed formations fired at positions of Ukrainian divisions using weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements
22:17, 28 June 2019
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On June 28, pro-Russian armed gangs violated the ceasefire in Donbas conflict zone 14 times. This was reported by the JFO HQ on Facebook.

Armed formations fired at positions of Ukrainian divisions using artillery systems of 122 mm caliber, 120 and 82 mm caliber mortars prohibited by the Minsk agreements, as well as  grenade launchers of various systems, infantry fighting vehicles, heavy machine guns and small arms.

No losses among the Ukrainian soldiers were reported over this day.

Our units gave an adequate response to the militants' shellings, and the enemy’s losses are being specified.

Related: 18 attacks in Donbas over day, Ukrainian serviceman wounded

Earlier the co-chairman of the Opposition Platform - For Life political party Vadim Rabinovich, and Nestor Shufrych, the same party MP, presented a peace plan on resolving Donbas conflict to the French senator Natalie Goulet at the Luxembourg Palace.

"We will strive to peace, we have no other way out. We really want to receive help, because we are a young democracy," Rabinovich said.

He also asked Goulet to suggest the best way to implement and promote this plan in Europe and Ukraine.

"You are a stronghold of democracy. The next step, we want to make a number of colleagues in different countries acquainted with this plan. We want to meet later, maybe in Brussels, maybe in Strasbourg, to ask why there is no peace, if there is a peace plan? This is a plan, but there is a dream. There would be a dream if such people who are known in Europe like you, led this process, would help us to achieve peace. I want you to tell us how can we promote this plan in Europe, including towards the Ukrainian government," Rabinovich said.

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