As reported by Censor.NET citing the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) press center, this was announced by spokesperson of the Ukrainian side of the Joint Center for Control and Coordination
(JCCC) Lieutenant Colonel Vadym Bakai.
According to him, the monitor group of the Ukrainian side to the JCCC has documented the violations of the cease-fire regime and use of Minsk-banned weapons by pro-Russian illegal armed gangs of the Donetsk region in the above mentioned village.
The Ukrainian monitors recorded an explosion of a 122-mm artillery shell in a residential yard. The shell fragments damages walls and windows of a residential building, broke glass, damaged a roof and a household outbuilding.
11 explosions of artillery shells were recorded at Solodke outskirts. Some shell craters were bigger than others, which might mean the use of larger caliber weapons, monitors suggest. Agricultural lands were affected by the shelling, the press officer noted.
Bakai also said there had been no casualties among civilians. All of these cease-fire violations have been documented by the Ukrainian monitors to the JCCC, and its materials have been passed to the OSCE SMM in Ukraine.
Earlier, it was reported of 46 cases of fire by pro-Russian militants against Ukrainian army positions in the east of Ukraine over the past 24-hour period.
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