Militants 45 times per night broke the silence: beat on the positions of ATO forces with mortars, ZU and BMP

Over the past day militants in the ATO zone 45 times opened fire on the strong points of the Ukrainian military, using a wide range of weapons.

About this press-center of staff ATO reports on the page in Facebook.

«From grenade launchers and small arms were fired at our positions in Experienced, Avdeevka, Lugansk, Trinity, zaytsevo, the Mayors and the mine Butovka», — stated in the message.

Under mortar fire also hit the Ukrainian fortifications in the Sand, Marinka, Gnutovo and Trinity, located on the border of Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

Ukrainian strongholds in the area Krasnogorovka in addition to rocket-propelled grenades, heavy machine guns and small arms, the militants used mortars caliber 82 mm and anti-aircraft guns and infantry fighting vehicles.

On the Mariupol direction from small arms were fired position forces the atoms in Shirokino.

Yesterday it was reported that Russian-terrorist groups through drone attacks were sharply intensified air reconnaissance in Mariupol direction.

On 5 February at the headquarters of the ATO reported that the enemy had committed 81 the shelling of the Ukrainian positions, a record number starting from August 2015.

The speaker of the administration of the President of the ATU Andrei Lysenko said earlier that in the direction of Donetsk, insecurity remains across the front. The most difficult situation, according to him, persists in zaytsevo where on Tuesday he recorded a series of enemy attacks with the use 120-mm mortars. Another mortar attack occurred near Mayorsk. In addition, said Lysenko, the situation has escalated around the Donetsk airport.

Earlier also it was reported that after the closure of a crossing point in zaytsevo militants fired several settlements of more than 150 min, using «scorched earth tactics».




Militants 45 times per night broke the silence: beat on the positions of ATO forces with mortars, ZU and BMP 09.02.2016

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