As reported by Censor.NET, this was stated in the latest update by the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) press center as at 6 a.m., Sept. 12.
According to the Staff, most of the enemy attacks are characterized as provocative and aimed at forcing the Ukrainian military to retaliate. Despite all the provocations, ATO forces steadily adhere to the Minsk agreements.
"In the vicinity of Mariupol, 20 cease-fire violations were registered. The enemy committed armed provocations outside Vodiane, using 122 mm guns against Ukrainian strongholds in that area. Moreover, our fighters in Shyrokyne came under 82 mm mortar and IFV attack. Hranitne, Marinka, Starohnativka, Shyrokyne and Talakivka were hit with grenade launchers, machine guns and small arms.
"Nine cease-fire violations were recorded in the Luhansk region. Novooleksandrivka came under IFV, anti-tank missile system, grenade launcher, machine gun and small arms fire.
"Eight cease-fire violations occurred in the area of Donetsk. The enemy used grenade launchers, machine guns and small arms to attack Ukrainian positions in Avdiivka, Luhanske," the report reads.
As noted, all the instances of the use of Minsk-banned weapons are registered by the Ukrainian representatives at the Joint Center for Control and Coordination (JCCC) and communicated to the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM). The information is provided with all relevant supporting documents and photos of the effects.
As previously reports, Sept. 10, Russian hybrid forces committed 30 attacks on Ukrainian positions, including 14 attacks near Mariupol, 10 in the vicinity of Donetsk and two in the Luhansk region.
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