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The Ukrainian military suffered heavy losses in the area of ATO

Украинские военные понесли серьезные потери в зоне АТОMore than a dozen soldiers were injured.

Over the past day in the Donbass were recorded 56 shelling of Ukrainian military positions across the demarcation line. In the fighting killed five soldiers APU, nine injured, four more injured, the press center of staff ATO.

According to the military, in Mariupol direction used MLRS BM-21 Grad in the area of Talakivka, firing 20 missiles.

“Applying rocket system Grad N, 122 mm artillery, mortars of various calibers, grenade launchers and small arms, the invaders fired on Water,” – said in a statement on the official page of the headquarters of the ATO in Facebook.

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In addition, the separatists fired at the Lebedinskoe artillery caliber of 122 mm, Krasnogorovka – mortars, Gnutovo, Pavlopol, Shirokino, Krasnogorovka, Talakovka from grenade launchers and small arms, Shirokino, from infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers.

“In Donetsk direction in the area of Avdeevka invaders twice tried to storm our positions and suffered losses, were forced to retreat. During the day they continued shelling with mortars of various calibers at Verkhnetoretsky, Avdeevka, Experienced, Luhansk, Zaiceva and Kamenka. Tanks fired on Novgorod and Sands”, – noted in headquarters.

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On Lugansk the direction fighters fired Novoaleksandrovka, troyitske, Popasna and Novozvanovka from mortars and grenade launchers.

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