"10 attacks were conducted on our positions in Shyrokyne village. The following types of weapons were used: small arms, 120-mm mortars (prohibited) - three times; a tank - once, and 82-mm mortars (6.00 p.m. to 8.45 p.m.)," the report reads.
According to the Headquarters, the most intense shelling was carried out between 6.00 p.m. and 8.45 p.m.
"Besides, the ATO forces positions near Pavlopil were fired at from small arms yesterday. The enemy committed five attacks on Ukrainian troops' positions after midnight there. The shelling of the positions in Shyrokyne village from 120-mm mortar was conducted from 1 to 6.20 a.m. The ATO forces soldiers were granted permission for retaliation shelling from 82-mm mortars. The return fire was successful and the terrorists have requested a cease-fire from 6.20 a.m. The situation in the sector has been calm since 7 a.m.," the press service said.
It is also reported that the situation at sea remained completely calm yesterday.
"No Ukrainian army soldiers were injured as a result of competent and skillful command yesterday, no one was killed either. It should be noted that the militants had agreed to an armistice for the period from April 10 to April 19. There has not been a single day without shelling of Ukrainian positions since then, and yesterday was the hottest day in the last two weeks - the number of attacks on our positions was the highest," the Headquarters added.