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 The most violent terrorists’ attacks over last months were registered yesterday

Ukrainian officials claim that the most intensive militants’ attacks in the ATO area over the last months were registered on August 14.

Censor.NET reports citing the ATO press center.

Yesterday, since 6 p.m. till 12 a.m., the militants have been shelling Ukrainian soldiers' positions in the Donetsk sector with banned weapons. Thus, the strongholds at Krasnohorivka village were shelled five times with 120mm mortars. The terrorists' artillery fired at the town of Avdiivka and the villages of Novoselivka, Novobakhmutivka, Vodiane, and Novomykhailivka from 152mm guns after 9 p.m.

Violating the Minsk Agreements, the militants shelled Pisky, Vodiane, Opytne, Nevelske villages with banned Grad rocket systems around 10 p.m. The village of Pervomaiske was fired from Grad rocket systems and 152mm guns.

In the Mariupol sector, the terrorists shelled Talakivka village twice with Grad rocket system and 120-mm mortars.

Read also: Combat in Pisky, militants firing tank and heavy machine gun

In the Artemivsk sector, the militants' artillery has been shelling Ukrainian soldiers' positions at Leninske, Sanzharivka, and Dzerzhynske villages since 6 p.m. till 12 a.m. The villages of Zaitseve was fired from tank and mortars around 8:30 p.m.

In addition, purposefully destroying the infrastructure of the Donbas, the terrorists shelled residential areas of Avdiivka (at 10:25 p.m.) and Pavlopil (at 11:45 p.m.) with Grad rocket systems.

Overall, during the last 24 hours (on Aug. 14) the terrorists violated the cease-fire for about 175 times. The terrorists fired from heavy artillery (25 times), mortars (64 times), Grad rocket systems (19 times), small arms and grenade launchers (93 times). The terrorists continued attacking the Army positions in the Donetsk sector on Aug.15. The village of Pervomaiske was fired from Grad rocket systems at 3:16 a.m.

Read also: Terrorists shelled Andriivka near Mariupol with Grads, - Press Officer Chepurnyi



 
 
 
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