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 No Ukrainian soldiers killed yesterday, three wounded in 40 attacks by Russian militants, - ATO HQ

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Over the past 24-hour period, Russian occupation troops opened fire 40 times upon positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area in the east of Ukraine. Three Ukrainian military were wounded in combat.

Censor.NET reports citing the ATO HQ press center on Facebook.

In Prymorske direction, 25 attacks by Russian militants were recorded. ATO forces' defenses in Shyrokyne, Vodiane, Talakivka, Lebedynske, and Berdianske were shelled from 120 mm mortars numerous times. Positions in the area of Shyrokyne came under artillery fire of 122 mm caliber. Lighter arms were used by the enemy to spray Bohdanivka, Chermalyk, and Pavlopil.

Read more: Five Ukrainian soldiers wounded yesterday, - ATO HQ

In Donetsk direction, the situation remains grave in Avdiivka's south suburb. In the evening, terrorists shelled Ukrainian army positions there from 122 mm artillery systems, 120 mm and 82 mm grenade launcher systems, and machine guns. 82 mm mortars were employed by the enemy near Kamianka. In Nevelske area, Russian troops were firing large caliber machine guns. In Zaitseve, the gangs shelled Ukraine's army positions from grenade launchers of various systems and IFV weapon.

During the past 24-hour period, five cases of shelling by Russian troops in Luhansk direction were recorded. In the evening, militants impacted Ukrainian troops in Troitske area from 82 mm
mortars and grenade launchers. In Malynove, Novozvanivka, and Novooleksandrivka they used grenade launchers and small arms.

See more: Avdiivka residential neighborhood shelled by Russian-backed militants again, - National Police. PHOTOS

Over the past 24-hour period, Russian occupation troops impacted residential areas of Ukrainian towns.

"The enemy shelled Krasnohorivka from mortars, but that was not enough. In the evening, pro-Russian gangs committed attack upon neighborhood in eastern Berdianske, having used Minsk-banned 120 mm mortars," the report says.
 
 
 
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