New report says Russian-backed forces opened fire in Zolote-4 on disengagement eve Oct 28
On Monday, October 28, Russian-backed forces opened fire from small arms in the direction of the settlement of Zolote-4, the press center of the Joint Forces Operation reports.
It was a residential area that came under enemy fire.
A mobile team of the Ukrainian side to the Joint Center for Monitoring and Coordinating Ceasefire and Stabilizing the Line of Contact has fixed traces of the shooting.
No casualties have been reported.
At the scene, the mobile monitoring team discovered the following: a private household on 25 Orekhova Street was damaged by shots fired from 7.62 mm small arms. At the site of the shelling, the group additionally conducted a survey of local residents and, with their help, discovered holes from shots in the building's plastic cladding; a private household on 28 Dovzhenka Street was damaged by shots fired from 7.62 mm small arms. At the site of the shelling, the group additionally conducted a survey of local residents and, with their help, three holes from shots were found in the roof. No casualties have been reported.
As UNIAN reported earlier, on October 29, in the area of the Zolote-4 settlement, the process was launched of disengagement of forces on both sides of the contact line.