Fire from grenade launchers and a wounded Ukrainian soldier. Digest ATO

The militants during the day 10 times fired at positions armed forces of Ukraine, including the once – banned by the Minsk agreements mortars. As a result of enemy shelling, one soldier of the armed forces of Ukraine were injured. About this Facebook informs the press center of staff ATO.

Coastal areas

On this section the line of contact at about 10.30 hours the Pro-Russian illegal armed formations roughly violated the agreement on non-use of weapons, firing of 82 mm mortars residential sector of the settlement Marinka. One of the shells hit the roof of the house at a time when the neighborhood in the yard were busy 43-year-old local resident. The victim was taken to the hospital Kurakhovskaya with shrapnel wounds forearm and left leg. Also in this area the invaders before daylight shelled the positions of ATO forces in the area of Shirokino from heavy machine guns and small arms. And close to Lebedinsky bandits beat from APCS and anti-aircraft guns. In addition, in the second half of the day, the enemy again fired at Oboronna Shirokino with mortars of caliber of 120 mm

Donetsk direction

On this front today the militants concentrated their fire to the North-East of Avdiivka, near the village of Kamenka. Occupants, in particular, repeatedly opened fire from grenade launchers, small arms of various calibers and BMP. There Ukrainian soldiers tried several times to get the enemy sniper.

Lugansk direction

Armed gang are most times violated mode “silence”. At dawn the enemy fired several 82-mm mortar at Ukrainian strongholds near Happiness. There, as well as in the Crimean and Lobachevskogo, mercenaries were used against the Ukrainian soldiers heavy machine guns and grenade launchers of various modifications. In addition, the settlement was distributed Yellow enemy shots from small arms.

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Published by the Press center of the ATO headquarters June 22, 2017