As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) press center's report as at 6 a.m. Sept. 15, posted on Facebook.
According to the Staff, 26 cases of cease-fire violations were recorded at Donetsk direction. Ukrainian soldiers' positions near Avdiivka, Verkhniotoretske, Zaitseve, Pisky, and Luhanske came under enemy fire from grenade launchers, machine guns, and small arms. In addition, Luhanske, Zaitseve, Avdiivka, Pisky and Leninske were fired at by the enemy from 120 and 82 mm mortars. With the purpose of moral coercion upon ATO units, the Russian occupation troops opened fire from Minsk-banned weapons - 152 and 122 mm artillery near Zaitseve, Avdiivka, Kamianka and Verkhniotoretske. Luhanske was sprayed from an IFV, and Avdiivka from a tank.
It is also reported about 20 cease-fire violations at Mariupol direction.
"Russian occupation troops committed armed provocations and conducted fire from grenade launchers and small arms upon Vodiane, Shyrokyne, Marinka, Krasnohorivka, Talakivka, Hnutove, Pavlopil, and Novotroitske. Shyrokyne, Chermalyk, Pavlopil, and Vodiane came under 120 and 82 mortar fire by invaders. In addition, IFVs were firing upon Shyrokyne and Talakivka, and a sniper was operating in Krasnohorivka.
"At Luhansk direction, four cases of cease-fire violations were reported. The enemy conducted armed provocations near Novozvanivka, Novooleksandrivka, and Bohuslavske, where militants opened fire from grenade launchers, machine guns, and small arms," the message reads.
As reported earlier, Russian occupation troops opened fire upon Ukrainian Army positions 56 times.
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