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Donbas conflict: 30 attacks reported, one Ukrainian soldier killed, five more wounded

Source : 112 Ukraine

Militants continue to violate Minsk agreement
23:50, 8 May 2017

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Russia-backed occupation forces do not stop armed provocations against Ukrainian forces in ATO zone. 30 attacks on the Ukrainian Armed Forces were reported since midnight. One Ukrainian soldier was killed, five more got wounded, according to ATO HQ on Facebook.

In Donetsk direction, 120 and 82 mm mortars were used to shell Ukrainian strongholds near Verkhnyotoretske and Kamianka. Militants fired 120 mm mortars at Nevelske, while grenade launchers of various types and heavy machine guns were used to attack Luhanske and Verkhnyotoretske. Avdiivka was attacked with 120 mm mortars, anti-tank grenade launchers and heavy machine guns. Enemy fired grenade launchers and small arms at strongholds near Zaytseve.

In Mariupol direction, militants fired 120 and 82 mm mortars, grenade launchers of various types and small arms at positions near Pavlopil. 82 mm mortars, IFV weaponry, under barrel grenade launchers and heavy machine guns were fired at Vodiane. 120 and 82 mm mortars were fired at Vodiane, while Shyrokyne, Hnutove and Chermalyk suffered fire from various grenade launchers. Enemy attacked Hranitne using small arms. Snipers were also active near Novotroitske.

In Luhansk direction, Russia-backed occupation forces shelled Novozvanivka using 122 mm artillery. 120 mm mortars and automatic grenade launchers were fired near Krymske, while 82 mm mortars were fired at Troitske. Positions near Zhovte settlement were attacked with grenade launchers of various types and heavy machine guns.

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