APU capture the growth of the shelling in the Donbass

ВСУ фиксируют рост обстрелов в Донбассе

In the troubled Donbass

The military counted 20 attacks per day, a DNR – issued 19 min.

Over the past day military positions fired at 20 times, the press center of the ATO.

According to APU, the most hot spot is the area of the demarcation line near Donetsk.

There gunmen repeatedly opened fire on the Ukrainian positions near Avdeevka from rocket-propelled grenades, heavy machine guns, small arms, and mortars of caliber of 82 mm. the Strengthening of the forces of ATO on the outskirts of Marinka, the enemy fired rocket-propelled grenades, led the fire and the enemy sniper,” – said in the message.

It is reported that it was restless and on the Mariupol direction. Strong points of the Ukrainian soldiers near Shyrokyne and Granite fired rocket-propelled grenades of different systems and small arms. And in the area n. p. Novohryhorivka were beaten twice on the positions of Ukrainian infantry fighting vehicles.

In addition, last night AFU recorded enemy drone, who conducted aerial reconnaissance over the temporarily occupied territories.

In turn, the DNR said that the APU evening released 19 mines in the village Sahanka Novoazovskiy district.

“Around 20:00, the Ukrainian side started shelling the village of Sahanka. In total, it was released on 19 min caliber 82 mm”, – informs the edition of DAN.

Also during the day under fire of the AFU was yasinovatskiy checkpoint on the section of the route Donetsk-Gorlovka.

On the eve of the military recorded 10 attacks on the Donbass. It was reported that most of the attacks on the Mariupol direction.

As reported, the OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier said about the deteriorating situation in the Donbass after the “Easter truce”.

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