"Unfortunately, two people were killed," Selezniov said.
According to him, the situation in the Donetsk airport is stable but tense, the 'cyborgs' continue to counter threats from the terrorists. "The situation has been difficult over the day, the fighting for the airport is all out," he said, adding that there is no intention to surrender the airfield.
Selezniov assured that the fighters in the airport are being supplied in full with materials, equipment, and fire.
As known, the Donetsk airport has been under terrorists attacks for months now, without Ukrainian soldiers losing control over it, which led to dubbing those defending it 'the cyborgs.'