Hell on the front line: fighters for the first time during the “Christmas truce” used artillery
The militants of illegal armed groups on Donbass on Saturday, January 13, six times violated the silence regimefor the first time during the “Christmas truce” to use artillery. In one case the terrorists receive an adequate response.
This is stated in the summary of the press center of the ATO headquarters as at 18:00.
At the direction of Lugansk Russian mercenaries from small arms and 82 mm mortars fired Ukrainian military positions near Novoluganskogo.
On the arc Svetlodarsk fighters used against AFU mortars and SMS-sending
In the direction of Donetsk on the sea of Azov fighters almost an hour shelled fortifications of the ATO forces on the approaches to the Water. Terrorists hit of grenade launchers, 120 mm mortars and artillery systems of caliber 122 mm. Only they released more than two dozen ammunition. Unrest was around Pavlopol, where illegal armed groups fired from heavy mortars.
Also the fire was near the mine Butovka – here the separatists have used 120-mm mortars and grenade launchers. Near the Heater the militants fired small arms and 82 mm mortars, close Verhnetoretskogo from different types of grenade launchers and small arms.
Militants in the Donbas are using the ceasefire to the new firing positions – JCCC
We will remind, for last days, on January 12, recorded 10 attacks on the fortifications of the Armed forces of Ukraine. Despite the fact that the criminal actions of the Russian invaders threatened the lives and health of our military personnel, five Ukrainian defenders opened fire in response. Two Ukrainian soldiers were injured. ,
Videoroliki on the front of the mortars and sniper shots are of the “Christmas truce”
On the eve, militants fired more than fifty 120-s min. for the defenders of Lugansk. On the sea of Azov with a large caliber fired at Pavlopil, infantry fighting vehicles and rocket-propelled grenades fired on the locomotive near Talakivka.
9 Jan, 07:35
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