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 Grads, tanks, IFV, heavy artillery: Russian militants violated cease-fire 116 times yesterday, - Staff

Russian occupation troops continue shelling the Ukrainian positions in all directions despite the cease-fire.

As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) Staff's press office on its Facebook page.

In Mariupol direction, militants employed Grads BM-21 to shell Ukraine's positions near Vodiane. A tank operated near Hnutove. Mortars fired at Krasnohorivka, Novotroitske, Vodiane and Hnutove. Shyrokyne, Starohnativka, Lebedynske, Marinka, Talakivka came under grenade launcher and small arms fire. A sniper was operating upon Shyrokyne, Lebedynske, and Marinka. The enemy fired its IFV weapon upon Novohryhorivka and Hnutove.

In Luhansk direction, Novozvanivka and Lysychansk came under 152 mm artillery fire. Mortars of various calibers were used to shell Novooleksandrivka, Novotoshkivske, Novozvanivka, Katerynivka, Krymske, and Malynove.

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In Donetsk direction, a tank, 120 mm and 82 mm mortars were hitting Avdiivka, Novoluhanske, Zaitseve, Pisky, and Butivka mine. Grenade launchers were operating upon Opytne, Pisky, and Kamianka. An IFV weapon impacted Luhanske. Small arms were fired against Maiorske and Nevelske. Kamianka, Novotroitske and Novhorodske came under sniper fire. Anti-aircraft missile systems were spraying Troitske and Avdiivka,

"A total of 116 cases of fire were recorded," the report reads.

On March 1, Russian militants committed 118 cases of cease-fire violations in the Donbas.



 
 
 
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