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Militants shell 55 times in ATO zone, three Ukrainian soldiers injured
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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.

n Prymorske area the enemy shelled Ukrainian positions in Mykolaivka from 120 mm mortars. Chermalyk positions were shelled from 122 mm artillery. Militants used 82 mm mortars to shell Krasnohorivka. In addition, Ukrainian servicemen in Pavlopil, Talakivka, Vodyane, Lebedynske, Shiyrokyne, Hnutove and Mariinka were repeatedly attacked yesterday. Here the enemy mainly used grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and other infantry weapons. In total, 23 attacks recorded in this area for the past 24 hours.

In Donetsk area illegal armed forces breached ceasefire regime 13 times. "After firing at our defensive positions near Novoluhansk in Svitlodarsk bulge in the afternoon, the invaders intensified attacks with the nightfall. First they fired from mortars of 120 and 82 mm caliber of the positions of ATO forces in Avdiivka area. Later the invaders used 122 mm artillery to shell Ukrainian soldiers near Pisky. Opytne and Verkhnyotoretske were under enemy mortar fire last night. Pro-Russian illegal groups usedgrenade launchers and small arms of various calibers, to shell the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the areas of Mayorske, Kamianka and Nevelske, "the report said.

In Luhansk direction the enemy shelled 19 times. Here, they shelled from mortars in Katerynivka, Novooleksandrivka, and Tryokhzibenka. Near these villages, as well as near Zhovte, Novotoshkivka, Krymske, Troitske and Stanytsia Luhanska, Russian-terrorist gangs opened fire on Ukrainian defense positions from grenade launchers and small arms of various calibers several times.

Earlier it was reported that 14 attacks were recorded overall in Donbas. No Ukrainian soldiers were hurt over past day.

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