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Day in Donbas: Seven attacks of pro-Russian militants during the day

Twice militants fired from weapons banned by Minsk agreements
22:14, 25 August 2018

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Militants of illegal armed formations in Donbas seven times fired at the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine over the day. This is stated in the summary of the press center of the Joint Forces Operation HQ.

Twice militants fired from weapons banned by Minsk agreements.

"The Russian-occupation troops opened fire from mortars of 120 and 82 mm caliber, grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms at the defenders of the settlements Zolote, Avdiivka, Hnutove, Vodyane and Lebedynske. During the shelling in the area of Avdiivka, the enemy used against Ukrainian military mortars of 120 and 82 mm caliber," said the headquarters of the JFO.

There is no loss in the ranks of the Ukraine's Army. The situation in the combat area remains under the control of Ukrainian fighters, assured the headquarters.

Earlier we reported that water supply in Toretsk, Donetsk region restored. Sergey Vinnik, Deputy Head of the Military-Civil Administration claimed this Facebook.

'The power supply of the Horlivka filtering station was restored at night. The water is back in Toretsk!,' he said.

Reportedly, on August 24, as a result of the hostilities, a power supply line was damaged, which provided energy to the Horlivka №2 filtering station. As a result, at about 8 a.m., the water supply in Toretsk was suspended.

For the last 24 hours, the illegal armed formations opened fire at the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine 39 times using the prohibited weapons. As a result of the hostilities, one Ukrainian serviceman died, four troops from the Joint Forces were wounded.

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