Two civilians killed in Donbas, another 10 wounded in October, - UN

Source : 112 Ukraine

The death toll reached at least 3,345 civilians since the outbreak of hostilities in Donbas
19:57, 13 November 2019

112 Agency

Two civilians were killed and another ten were wounded in October due to an armed conflict in eastern Ukraine. The UN monitoring mission reports this on Facebook.

As a result of a mine blast, two people died in Kyiv-controlled territories.

On the territory of the self-proclaimed "Donetsk People’s Republic," eight people were injured due to artillery shelling and mine incidents, including one child. Two more were wounded on the territory of the self-proclaimed "Luhansk People’s Republic."

The UN monitoring mission recorded 155 casualties among the civilians: 25 dead and 130 wounded since the beginning of 2019.

"This is 40% less than for the same period in 2018, and this is the lowest number of losses among civilians for the entire period of the conflict," the message reads.

Related: IDP organizes fraud scheme of social payments to residents of occupied Donbas

As we reported earlier, since the beginning of the day, occupants violated the ceasefire regime in Donbas four times. The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine informed about it. Russian-backed forces fired at Novotoshkivske, Novoluhanske, and Orikhove. The Ministry of Defense confirmed information about 15-armed provocations over the past day.

In the Donetsk direction, militants opened fire nine times against the positions of Ukrainian defenders. Mariinka, Berezove, Slavne, Pyshchevyk, Taramchuk, Krasnogorovka, and Piskiv got under fire.

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