"We also have losses. We have dead and wounded. But today they stopped trying to go forward because it's hopeless; their losses are up to 60%. That's a lot. That is, so you understand, out of every 100 men, only 40 people come back in some kind of state," Bereza said.
As reported earlier, a citizen of the Russian Federation Pavel Bulanov, who previously served in the Yekaterinburg police, was killed Oct. 30 during the storming of the Donetsk airport. On Nov. 2 in Donetsk, the Ukrainian military swept the terrorists from the new airport terminal. The militants previously occupied the second floor of the building with the whole terminal being controlled by the ATO forces at present.