The Ukrainian side at the Joint Center for the Control and Coordination of the ceasefire published photos of the consequences of the shelling by militants in occupied Donbas in Tryokhzibenka village on 9 November. This was reported on Facebook page of the Ukraine’s Army HQ press center.
The militants fired three large-caliber mortar rounds at residential buildings, resulting in damaging of several apartment houses.
"Three 120 and 82 mm mines fell into the residential sector of the Donetsk lane and Vakulyuk street of the Tryokhzibenka village on the eve of November 9. Due to the blasts in the houses, the walls were damaged by debris, the foundation and roofs were also damaged, the glass was broken. On the land plots with non-residential houses there are craters from mine explosions, "the report said.
None of the civilians was injured because of the shelling.
As it was reported earlier combat activity in Donbas intensified twice compared with that of the last 24 hours; pro-Kremlin mercenaries shelled emplacements of Ukrainian troops, using Minsk-banned 120 mm mortars.
Most of the attacks, traditionally, took place in the late and small hours; the enemy attacked Luhanske, Avdiivka, Mraiinka and Butivka coal mine (all in Donetsk region). In Luhansk region, they opened fire near Katerynivka and Valusike.