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Day in Donbas: Russia-backed militants violate ceasefire regime nine times

The enemy used the Minsk-banned weaponry
23:56, 12 April 2019

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The Pro-Kremlin militants violated the ceasefire regime nine times using the Minsk-banned weaponry in the Donbas combat zone on April 10. The Joint Forces Operation (JFO) HQ reported this on Facebook.

The enemy opened fire seven times in Donetsk region. They fired with 82 mm mortar near Hnutove settlement, three times with mounted anti-tank grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms near Novoselivka-2, Verkhnyotoretske and Chermalyk villages, twice with manual anti-tank grenade launchers, and heavy machine guns and small arms near Pyshchevyk and Lebedynske settlement, and with small arms near Opytne village.

Related: Poroshenko, Merkel support introduction of ‘Easter truce’ in Donbas from April 18

The Russia-backed militants fired the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Luhansk region twice: with 120 mm mortar near Troitske settlement and with 82 mm mortar near Zytseve village.

No casualties among the Joint Forces operation servicemen have been spotted.

Earlier, on April 11, pro-Kremlin armed gangs opened fire 20 times. One Ukrainian defender lost his life in combat; another eight were wounded.

Since the beginning of the day, Russian mercenaries opened fire in Pyshchevyk and Chermalyk, Donetsk region.

The enemy lost nine fighters; another eight were wounded in action.

Related: 24 hours in Donbas: Eight Ukrainian servicemen wounded in combat

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