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Donbas conflict: Three attacks by pro-Russian militants during the day

The enemy used weapons forbidden by the Minsk agreements
22:31, 10 February 2019

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The illegal armed groups have three times violated the ceasefire in Donbas on February 10. This is reported by the press center of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) headquarters on Facebook.

Thus, in the area of East operational group action zone, the occupants fired at positions of our military with mortars of 82 mm caliber near Hnutove; used small arms near the Krasnohorivka settlement.

In the area of North operational group action zone, mercenaries attacked Ukrainian positions with heavy machine-guns and small arms near the Svitlodarsk settlement.

As a result of the hostile shellings, none of the Ukrainian soldiers was injured.

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In 2019, the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine will conduct four military exercises with combat shooting from the Buk-M1, S-125, and S-300P / PT / V1 anti-aircraft missile systems. It is reported by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

"The divisions will be called up to the area of combat training tasks suddenly, with standard armament and military equipment. Of course, the situation will look more than realistic. And that is the main task," said the head of the anti-aircraft missile forces of the Air Force Command Colonel Yuriy Stavsky.

The first combat shooting of anti-aircraft missile systems would take place as early as this month at the Yahorlyk training ground in the Kherson region near occupied Crimea.

In addition, anti-aircraft missile specialists would take part in the testing of new missile weapons and would carry out research launches of anti-aircraft guided missiles.

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