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Ukraine reports over 30 attacks in Donbas

Mon, 03.04.2017 08:58



Russia terrorist's forces attacked Ukrainian army positions more than 32 times in the past 24 hours with one Ukrainian soldier reported as wounded in action (WIA), according to the press service of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters.

The enemy was most active in the Mariupol sector, using 120mm mortars, grenade launchers of various systems, heavy machine guns and small arms on the Ukrainian Marines' positions near the village of Pavlopil. The militants also fired 82mm mortars, grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms on the defenders of the town of Krasnohorivka. Additionally, provocative fire from grenade launchers, machine guns and small arms was recorded near the villages of Vodiane, Shyrokyne, and Chermalyk.

The largest number of militant attacks in the Donetsk sector was registered near the town of Avdiyivka whose defenders came under fire from 82mm mortars, grenade launchers of various systems and heavy machine guns. The Russian occupation forces also used grenade launchers to shell the defenders of the villages of Zaitseve and Troyitske, and Butivka coal mine.

Furthermore, heavy machine guns were used to fire on the Ukrainian positions near the villages of Kamianka and Opytne. A sniper was also active near Troyitske. In the Luhansk sector, the invaders fired automatic grenade launchers on the Ukrainian fortified positions near the village of Krymske, as well as small arms on the defenders of the villages of Valuiske and Stanytsia Luhanska.

Despite armed enemy provocations, the Ukrainian servicemen were strictly observing the ceasefire regime and did not fire back.

Source: UNIAN

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