Headquarters: the Enemy preparing provocations to Minsk

Штаб: Противник готовит провокации перед Минском

The Ukrainian military in the ATO zone

The Ukrainian side of the JCCC claims that the separatists released a set of spin to blame the APU in the talks in Minsk.

The press center of the headquarters of the ATO reported that the separatists LDNR is preparing another provocation on the eve of negotiations in Minsk with the aim of discrediting the Ukrainian military.

“The Ukrainian side of the JCCC notes that prior to the next meeting of the Trilateral contact group on the peaceful settlement of the situation in Eastern Ukraine, media ORDO and ORLO published the traditional standard set of fraud that their representatives are going to announce on 2 August in Minsk,” − said in the message.

It is noted that the enemy, in particular, brings about information on the increase in the number of attacks from the APU on populated areas and using the Minsk agreements prohibited weapons.

Also, the representatives of illegal armed groups declares that the Ukrainian military by 2 August planning a number of attacks on Ukraine-controlled territories and allegedly going to blame Russian-backed separatists.

The headquarters reminded that after these “announcements” as evidenced by the consequences of previous similar statements, the separatists are quite often fired at Avdeevka, Marinka and Krasnogorovka, and they control the media expressed “outrage” the actions of the armed forces of Ukraine”.


Headquarters: Seized weapons to the separatists in the Luhansk region

Earlier in the headquarters of ATO stated that in the near future the enemy is preparing a series of terrorist acts against the representatives of the OSCE, then to blame the Ukrainian security forces.

The deterioration in the Donbass

Headquarters: in the evening the ATO intensified shelling

Headquarters: Seized weapons to the separatists in the Luhansk region

Headquarters: the Separatists are preparing attacks against the OSCE

The DNR said about the wounding of two civilians

Day in the ATO: one dead, four injured