This was announced by the ATO Staff's press center on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"One Ukrainian military was wounded, one got killed," the message says.
The ATO Staff also addressed citizens residing in the ATO area: "Should you find fragments of missiles, shells, or other ammunition after shelling, please do not pick them up before police arrives to inspect the scene. Without proper examination, photographing and filming, the state will have difficulties presenting them as evidence in the international court."
On Feb. 18, Donbas militants opened fire upon Ukraine's Army positions 105 times.
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