The staff showed the effects of shelling Zaitsev

В штабе показали последствия обстрела Зайцево

A fire on civilians Zaitsev was artillery system caliber 152 mm

No casualties were reported, the photographs showed that the fire at civilians was artillery systems of 152 mm caliber from the settlement Gorlovka.

Separatists fired at civilian houses in zaytsevo Donetsk region. The facts of the attacks documented by the Ukrainian side of the Joint center for control and coordination of ceasefire, reports the press center of staff ATO on his page in Facebook on Tuesday evening, April 17.

“Today, the Ukrainian side of the JCCC recorded and documented new facts of attacks by Russian militants and the occupation forces and the civilian infrastructure of the village zaytsevo. The results of photographic images, it was found that the fire on civilians Zaitsev was artillery systems of 152 mm caliber from the settlement Gorlovka”, – stated in the message.

The shelling completely destroyed a house and outbuildings damaged outbuildings, plots of land and fencing. From small arms the separatists also fired on the professionals who carried out photographic images.

Neither they nor the civilians were not injured. The incident was reported to the SMM of the OSCE.

“The Ukrainian side of the JCCC said that the shelling of civilians of Donbass constitute a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and direct threat of life of civilians,” – said in the headquarters.

Earlier it became known that the separatists broke the next breeding troops and forces in the Village of Lugansk.

 

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