NSDC will consider draft law on reintegration of Donbas in near time
The National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov claimed that NSDC will consider the draft law on reintegration of Donbas at the session to pass it to the Verkhovna Rada. He claimed this in Kharkiv as Interfax-Ukraine reported. Also, the draft law will not be discussed during sessions of Minsk Talks Group, according to First Deputy Speaker of the Parliament and Ukraine’s representative in the humanitarian subdivision of the group Iryna Gerashchenko.
Residential areas of Ukraine's Maryinka in Donbas under attack again, woman wounded
Residential areas of the Ukrainian-controlled town of Maryinka in Donbas have again come under fire after Russia's hybrid military forces mounted an attack on Ukrainian army positions at about 11:00 local time on Thursday, June 22, according to the press service of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters.
Donbas war update: 35 attacks on Ukraine, enemy shelling along entire contact line on Wed
Ukraine's Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters has reported that the situation in Donbas remains tense, as Russia's hybrid military forces have been shelling Ukrainian troops along the entire contact line; there were 35 attacks on ATO forces in total in the past day.
Militants shell living blocks in Mariinka, civilian injured
‘DNR’ militants shelled Mariinka this morning, reported the ATO headquarters press center spokesman Anton Myronovych. A woman – resident of Mariinka got injured.
Russia opens trumped-up "criminal cases" against Ukrainian soldiers
The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation continues to "identify" members of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and the National Guard defending their country from Russian invaders by launching criminal proceedings under Part 1 of Article 356 of the Russian Federation Criminal Code (use of prohibited means and methods of warfare), the committee's press service told an UNIAN correspondent.
Militants shell 43 times, four Ukrainian soldiers injured in Donbas
Four Ukrainian soldiers were injured in ATO area due to militants’ shelling. Russian occupation forces used heavy artillery relatively less yesterday, but they continued shelling the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine from other types of weapons. Militants shelled Ukrainian positions 43 times along the whole delimitation line. The majority of hostile armed provocations were recorded in the Prymorske area, and the enemy shelled from artillery caliber of more than 100 mm only in Luhansk region. This was reported by the ATO headquarters in Faceboook.
Donbas war update: 6 Ukraine soldiers wounded in almost 50 attacks on Sunday
Russia's hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian troops 47 times in the past day, using proscribed 120mm weapons 10 times, as a result of which six Ukrainian soldiers have been wounded, according to the press service of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters.
"Lost" Russian military medics detained in Donbas, — ATO deputy commander
A group of Russian military doctors was detained in Donbas on Sunday, June 18. This was reported by Oleksandr Rozmaznin, Major General and ATO Deputy Commander in Chief, to journalists in Kramatorsk, according to OstroV agency.
Donbas: 122 mm artillery shells hit Yuzhne, Donetsk region
Russia-backed mercenaries opened fire on Ukrainian positions 50 times over the last 24 hours; one Ukrainian serviceman received lethal injuries.
Militants shell 55 times in ATO zone, three Ukrainian soldiers injured
Militants shelled 55 times in ATO zone, three Ukrainian soldiers were injured as a result of the attacks. This was reported by the press center of the ATO headquarters in Facebook.
8 military doctors perished during ATO, — Poroshenko
38 military medics have perished during Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) in Donbas. This was reported by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko during the speech at Pokrovsk in Donetsk region, broadcast by 112 Ukraine TV channel.
Russia about to send its 66th 'humanitarian' convoy to occupied Donbas
Russia's Emergency Situations Ministry has announced it will send its 66th "humanitarian" convoy to areas in Donbas that are not controlled by the Ukrainian government, according to a Russian-based UNIAN correspondent.