ATO: Militants violated ceasefire 33 times in Donbas

ATO: Militants violated ceasefire 33 times in Donbas

Russian-backed militants launched 33 attacks on the Ukrainian positions in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in eastern Ukraine over the past day, the press center of the ATO headquarters reports. 

In Luhansk direction, 12 ceasefire violations were recorded. Terrorists shelled Novooleksandrivka, Novozvanivka and Popasna using grenade launchers, machine guns and small arms. Moreover, Russian-backed militants used 82-mm caliber mortar and air defense gun shell the Ukrainian positions in Novooleksandrivka.

In Mariupol direction, 10 ceasefire violations were recorded. Militants used small arms, grenade launchers and machine guns to shell Marinka, Talakovka, Starohnativka, Shyrokyno, and Pavlopil. In addition, terrorists shelled the Ukrainian soldiers Pavlopil using armored personnel carrier.

In Donetsk direction, terrorists violated ceasefire 11 times. Militants used small arms, grenade launchers, machine guns to shell the Ukrainian troops in Avdiivka and Novhorodske. Also, in Avdiivka, the enemy used 82-mm caliber mortar in Avdiivka, and sniper fire was recorded in Verkhnyotoretske

Also, in the ATO zone near Stanitsa Luhanska, and in Luhansk direction, one remotely piloted vehicle was recorded.


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