Alexander Hug: 11 civilians injured in ATO zone in last week

Alexander Hug: 11 civilians injured in ATO zone in last week

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission confirmed that 11 civilians were injured in the ATO zone in eastern Ukraine over the past week. 

Principal Deputy Chief of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission Alexander Hug said this at a press briefing on Thursday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

He noted that these civilians were injured as a result of attacks on residential areas.

As Ukrinform earlier reported, three Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in the ATO zone over the last day.


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