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The situation in the zone ATO: 41 fire, two injured

Ситуация в зоне АТО: 41 обстрел, двое раненых
At the headquarters of the NFB stated that control of the situation.

The separatists 11 times used heavy weapons, in particular artillery caliber of 122 mm mortars.

In the past days, the separatists 41 times opened fire on positions of Ukrainian military, including 11 times with heavy weapons. Two soldiers were injured. On Tuesday, August 14, the press center of the Operation of the joint forces.

Illegal armed groups were aimed fire from rocket-propelled grenades, heavy machine guns and small arms, and in some areas with APCS and anti-tank missiles.

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It was also used artillery caliber of 122 mm mortars.

The CCA added that the attacks were carried out by the defenders of the Crimean Novotoshkovskoe, Trinity, Novozvanovka, Novoluganskogo, South, Maori, Railway, North, Experienced, Avdeevka, Novotroitsk, Bogdanovka, Hnutove, Lebedinsky, Pavlopol, Shirokino and Water.

In addition, the separatists fired from barreled artillery of 122 mm calibre defenders Shelled with mortars 120 mm the position of the joint forces near the railroad, North and Bogdanovka, and mortars of a caliber of 82 mm – the position of Novozvanovka, the Trinity, and Water Avdeevka.

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“As a result of fighting two combined forces were injured,” – said in a statement.

It is reported that during the current day opponent twice opened fire on Ukrainian positions near the settlements of Pavlopol, Shirokino.

The CCA added that according to intelligence reports two separatist destroyed, five were injured.

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