Militants violate “silence mode” and firing of grenade launchers. Digest ATO

Militants violate “silence mode” and firing of grenade launchers. Digest ATO

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Enemy 57 times broke “the silence mode”.

Over the past day militants 57 times opened fire at positions of the Ukrainian defenders. This is stated in the summary of the press center of staff ATO as at 6.00.

So, on the Mariupol direction the enemy 44 times broke “the silence mode”. Militants fired machine guns of large caliber, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms to strengthen the Armed Forces of Ukraine near Talakovka, Pavlopol, Granite, Krasnogorovka and Marinka, and on Water, Lebedinsky and Shyrokyne at that time was applied to the fire of cannon artillery of calibers 122mm and 152mm, mortars of 82mm and 120mm caliber.

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In addition, in Lugansk, the enemy 10 times broke “the silence mode”. In particular, on the Ukrainian positions, the enemy opened fire in the areas of Popasnaya and Nutty rocket-propelled grenades, machine guns and small arms, and in Novozvanivka and the Crimean division of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were fired from mortars 120 caliber.

Also at the Donetsk direction occurred 3 shelling of the ATO forces. So, in the town the enemy was shooting from grenade launchers and Verhnetoretskom – from grenade launchers, machine guns, small arms and mortars of 82mm caliber.

We will remind, earlier it was reported that the militants of the terrorist organization “DNR” shelled checkpoint “Hnutove”, located 23 km East of Mariupol.

On the Mariupol direction the enemy 30 times opened fire on positions of the APU

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