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 Terrorists conducted 28 cases of shelling yesterday, used heavy artillery, IFV, and grenade launchers, - Staff

Russian occupation troops continue firing at positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) press center in its report as of 6 a.m. June 22, posted on Facebook.

According to the Staff, 28 cases of fire were recorded yesterday: 13 cases at Donetsk direction and 13 at Mariupol one, with two at Luhansk direction.

"At Donetsk direction, our strongholds near Avdiivka and Putylivska (Butivka) mine were shelled by the enemy with large-caliber machine guns, grenade launchers, and mortars of 82-mm caliber. At 10 p.m., the enemy also used heavy artillery of 152-mm caliber for spraying positions near Avdiivka,

"Ukrainian defenders in the area of Verkhniotoretske and Luhanske were fired at from enemy's automated grenade launchers, and positions near Troitske were assaulted with mortars of various calibers. SPGs of 122-mm were used by Russian occupants against our fighters' defenses near Maiorsk and Mykolaivka Druha," the message reads.

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It is also reported that at Mariupol direction, the enemy was shelling the ATO forces' positions from small arms near Krasnohorivka, Marinka, Hnutove, and from grenade launchers near Novotroitske, Vodiane, Talakivka and Taramchuk. Enemy snipers were active near Krasnohorivka and Marinka.

In the Luhansk region, Russian occupants fired at ATO forces' positions near Novozvanivka from large-caliber mortars, IFVs, and grenade launchers.

"Three drones were recorded along the demarcation line yesterday," the press center informed.

Earlier, OSCE monitors recorded a direct hit of a 125-mm missile into a school at Krasnohorivka residential area. According to OSCE SMM, the missiles were fired from the eastern direction. Positions of "DPR" militants are located to the east of Krasnohorivka.


 
 
 
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