Since the beginning of January 24, Russian militants fired at the positions of the Ukrainian military nine times; they used weapons of prohibited calibers. The general staff of the Joint Forces Operation reported that.
In the Donetsk region, militants violated the "silence regime" five times. From mounted anti-tank grenade launchers and small arms, militants fired at positions near Talakivka; from grenade launchers of various systems, heavy machine guns and small arms - near Pisky; from easel anti-tank grenade launchers, sniper weapons and small arms - in the area of Pavlopil; from anti-tank missile systems - near Opytne.
In the Luhansk region, the militants violated the "silence regime" four times. From easel anti-tank grenade launchers, they fired at positions near Novoluhansk; from 82 mm mortars, grenade launchers of various systems and heavy machine guns - near Luhanske; 120 mm mines hit Orikhove area.
One Ukrainian military was wounded as a result of enemy shelling.
As we reported before, Ukrainian filmmaker Iryna Tselyk debuted in the full-length category - and now it makes her path to the victory in international film festivals. Her documentary called The Earth Is Blue As an Orange entered the contest program of the 70th Berlin IFF. The event is to be running from February 20 till March 1, 2020.
The Earth Is Blue As an Orange reveals the story of a family that lives on the frontline in eastern Ukraine, struggling with everyday injuries of living amidst the armed conflict. While doing so, Anna and four of her children shoot an amateur film about their life - under quite surrealistic circumstances.