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Russian occupants use 152 mm guided artillery shells in Donbas

This kind of ammunition belongs to the modern developments of the Russian military industry
21:24, 9 April 2019

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Russian forces used the cutting-edge kind of ammunition against the Ukrainian military in Donbas. The Joint Forces Operation HQ reported that on Facebook.

On April 5, the enemy used 152 and 122 mm artillery to shell Ukrainian positions in the combat area.

Related: Donbas war: One Ukrainian soldier dies

'The analysis of the shell debris confirmed that the occupants used Krasnopol shells - the 152 mm guided artillery shells. These are in service of Russian regular army's artillery units. Kalashnikov concern is responsible for the serial production', the HQ reported.  

'Deliberately breaching Minsk agreements, the occupants have once again shown their criminal intentions to use our territory as the test firing range for testing and demonstration of the newest features of the Russian military industry', the HQ reported.

Related: Day in Donbas: One Ukrainian soldier died, two injured

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