In the area of ATO killed three Ukrainian fighters

В зоне АТО погибли три украинских бойца

The situation in ATO area is escalating

The situation in the zone of the antiterrorist operation is heating up, the enemy seven times opened fire on positions of Ukrainian military using banned weapons Minsk agreement.

For the past day, January 17, the positions of the ATO forces were shelled seven times, three Ukrainian soldiers were killed, five were battle injuries. On Thursday, 18 January, reports in his summary of the headquarters of the antiterrorist operation.

“In General, over the past day Russian-occupation group made 7 attacks on the positions of Armed forces of Ukraine. Ukrainian soldiers in two cases, were forced to open fire from weapons that are not prohibited by the Minsk agreements”, – stated in the headquarters.

On Lugansk the direction fighters intensified in the dark in the area of Svetlodarsk arc. The enemy fired from grenade launchers of various types and 120-mm mortars around the village of the Luhansk.

In Donetsk direction separatists violated the agreement on cease-fire with 82-mm mortars, heavy machine guns and small arms at Sands.

With mortars fired strongholds around Verhnetoretskogo and rocket-propelled grenades and small arms provoked the Ukrainian military near Novotroitsk. Special fire activity, the enemy also showed in the suburb of Avdeevka. In particular, on the outskirts of this front-line city of the enemy for more than an hour fired from 120-mm mortars, grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms. Illegal armed groups violated the cease-fire from small arms near the Granite.

As reported, during the day, January 16, separatists three times opened fire on positions of the APU, resulting in two soldiers received combat injuries.

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