Around 10 p.m. on Feb. 17, the militants' artillery struck the village of Trudivske in the Mariupol sector, Censor.NET reports citing the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) press center.
According to preliminary reports, the enemy used 122 mm artillery banned by the Minsk agreements.
"The village was attacked from two directions. The shelling completely destroyed one car and damaged seven others. Three vehicles of representatives of volunteer organizations were also damaged. No fatalities among military and civilians reported. The information to be confirmed,'' the statement reads.
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