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Ukrainian military documented consequences of Russian artillery attack on Mariinka

A 122-mm shell hit the living house, damaging it to the point it could not be restored; the family that was inside the house suffered wounds of various degrees of severity
14:40, 15 June 2019

Consequences of attack on Mariinka, Donetsk region
Joint Forces Operation Facebook

The mobile group of the Joint Control and Coordination Centre documented the consequences of the attack on Mariinka, Donetsk region; the shelling took place on early June 14. The Joint Forces Operation HQ reported that on Facebook.

The shooters used a 122 mm cannon; two shells hit the residential area, doing grave damage to a living house. The experts found it could not be repaired. 

'Besides, a family was inside the house during the terrible attack; a grandfather, a husband and wife, a daughter and an eight-year-old girl. Due to the use of Minsk-banned weaponry, the family members, including little girl Varvara, suffered wounds of various degrees of severity', the HQ claimed.

Related: Militants shell dwelling houses in Mariinka: 9-year-old injured

The Ukrainian military confirmed that the specified facts confirm that the armed formations of the Russian Federation violate all available principles of the humanitarian law.

The criminal case was opened against the perpetrators of the attack; it is qualified as the terrorist act. 

Related: Pro-Russian militants shell Mariinka, Donbas region, two houses damaged

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