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 Terrorists Shelled Ukrainian Positions almost 3,600 Times Since Cease Fire - Tymchuk

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Total number of Ukrainian positions' shelling by Russian terrorists since the beginning of the cease fire in September reached 3,580 times.

This was announced by InfoResist group's Dmytro Tymchuk on his Facebook page, citing InfoResist data, Censor.NET reports.

According to the InfoResist data, about 50 cases of shelling of Ukrainian army's positions were noted over the past 24 hours, near half of them conducted at the Donetsk direction.

The ATO headquarters also noted that the terrorists and Russian insurgents became more active over the past 24 hours.

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According to the headquarters, 47 attempts to attack ATO positions were carried out. "None of them succeeded. All attempts of the 'Russian world' fans to demonstrate their barbarity were properly repelled by the Ukrainian soldiers."

The headquarters informed that four civilians were wounded as a result of shelling of Stanytsia Luhanska village by the terrorists.

At the same time, Ukrainian anti-aircraft gunners demonstrated accurate fire, the ATO press center announced.

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"In one of the ATO sectors, Ukrainian soldiers 'blinded' air intelligence of the terrorist by a shot from a ZU-23-2," the message reads.

The headquarters announced that a drone was hit when flying over the Ukrainian forces position. They suppose it to be of Russian origin.

The InfoResist group also announced that 'wandering' tanks of the enemy appeared near Vuhlehirsk-Debaltseve.

"The vehicles perform covert appearance at the fire positions, make five or six shoots and rapidly backtrack under cover of mortar and machine gun fire at the Ukrainian positions," Tymchuk wrote.

He also noted that one of such tanks was hit by the Ukrainian soldiers near Vuhlehirsk, and subsequently finished off from a launcher.



 
 
 
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