Sunday morning starts with militants' intensive artillery fire, one ATO soldier wounded
The Sunday morning in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone began with intensive artillery fire on Ukrainian positions in the village of Shyrokyne, which is not far from the Ukrainian-controlled city of Mariupol in Donetsk region. The firing still goes on.
After a relative calm morning on May 9, attacks on the ATO positions have renewed with greater intensity, the Azov regiment reported on its Facebook page.
"Last night the invaders started firing on the positions of our troops in Shyrokyne, using small arms and automatic grenade launchers. Closer to midnight, they opened fire from a tank to attack the villages of Pavlopil and Pischevyk," the report said.
"Today's morning started with intensive artillery fire in Shyrokyne, which hasn't ended yet. [The Russian-backed militants] have engaged small arms and anti-aircraft systems. One soldier has been wounded," Azov wrote.
Після відносно спокійного ранку 9 травня, напередодні якого днрівські бойовики пропонували українській стороні припинити...Posted by Батальйон спеціального призначення "Азов" - нова сторінка on 9 Май 2015 г.