"We endured artillery, mortars. We have already got used to it. For the time being, we don't know what else can arrive," a Ukrainian soldier says.
The fighters may allow a bit of relax after a relative lull set in, but they do not rule out that pro-Russian militants can launch an advance anytime and look out for it.
"We know the possible ways for a breakthrough and try to maximally block them," a scout of the 10th Separate Mountain-Assault Brigade notes.
While preparing for possible provocations, Ukrainian fighters are trying to help the residents of front line villages, which have not left their homes for various reasons. Most civilians are very well aware of where the shells come form and who is trying to protect them.
"The bastards can shoot me down, but they should know they killed a Ukrainian. I call Putin Khuilo," Vasyl Horobets, a local, exclaims.