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 Terrorists used tanks and artillery to attack Shchastia and shelled Novolaspa from Grads - ATO press-center

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The situation in the ATO area has not changed significantly yesterday and still remains tense.

Censor.NET informs citing the ATO press-center situation report.

"Invaders used artillery and mortars of prohibited calibers along the demarcation line, shelling villages and positions of our troops to cause as much damage and losses as possible, as well as to show the entire world a complete disrespect to any agreements," the report reads.

According to the headquarters, the invaders shelled Vodiane, Butovka mine, Avdiivka, Opytne, Marinka, Pisky, Sieverne, Slavne, and Hranitne from 120-mm mortars and 122-mm artillery. MLRS Grads were used at night to assault Novolaspa.

"The same types of weapons were used by the armed criminals to shell Novhorodske, Shyroka Balka, Leninske, Kirove, Zolote, and Troitske villages at the Artemivsk direction. The bandits' self-propelled artillery attacked Shyroka Balka and Kirove," the statement reads.

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The press center also noted that the long-suffering village of Shyrokyne was assaulted from mortars, grenade launchers, and small arms.

"The invaders aspired to destroy Shchastia more than ever. It was shelled by the enemy artillery as well as two tanks at night. The scoundrels were shelling the city for more than two hours. The aggressors have not neglected to shell peaceful cities and villages of Opytne, Vodiane, and Avdiivka. The 122-mm artillery located near the Zalizna Balka River was used to impact Horlivka. Avdiivka Coke and Chemical Plant was repeatedly shelled from mortars," the headquarters reported adding that the enemy drones were spotted nine times.

Read more: Terrorists shell Avdiivka with 120 mm mortars. 30 shells exploded at coke-chemical plant. Two women wounded - Interior Minstry.

 
 
 
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