Donbas: Militants attacked 52 times, one Ukrainian soldier killed, two wounded

Source : 112 Ukraine

Illegal armed groups continue to violate Minsk agreement
23:59, 12 April 2017

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Enemy opened fired at positions of Ukrainian Armed Forces 52 times over past day. Two Ukrainian soldiers got wounded as a result. This was reported by ATO HQ on Facebook

In Mariupol direction, enemy used 120 mm mortars, grenade launchers of various types and heavy machine guns at Hnutove. Militants opened fire from 120 and 82 mm mortars, IFV weaponry, rocket launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms near Vodiane. 82 mm mortars, grenade launchers and heavy machine guns were used near Marinka. Strongholds near Shyrokyne were attacked from IFV and small arms. Heavy machine guns were fired at Talakivka. Enemy snipers were active near Vodiane. 

In Donetsk direction, enemy fired anti-tank missile complex, rocket launchers of various types and heavy machine guns at positions near Avdiivka. Enemy used grenade launchers of various types, heavy machine guns and firearms to attack Kamianka, while rocket launchers and heavy machine guns were fired at Zaytseve. Positions near Pisky were attacked with heavy machine guns.

In Luhansk direction, Russia-backed occupation forces used IFV weaponry to attack Krymske. Positions near Novooleksandrivka were attacked with rocket launchers, while Novozvanivka was attacked with rocket launchers and heavy machine guns.

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Later ATO HQ informed that Ukrainian military officer was killed in shelling from 120 and 82 mm mortars near Butivka mine. After the usual report came out, it was specified that Russia-backed occupants have violated ceasefire regime 52 times overall since midnight.

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