ATO HQ update: Russian proxies attack Ukraine only six times in last day
The situation in the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) zone in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, remains relatively stable with only six registered "cases of the use of weapons by militants" in the last day, according to the press service of the ATO headquarters.
"In the past 24 hours, the combined Russian-separatist forces in Donbas were observing the truce almost along the entire contact line. A total of six cases of the use of weapons by militants were registered, most of them were indiscriminate shelling," the ATO HQ said on Monday morning.
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"But late last night the militants twice aimed at the Ukrainian positions near the village of Hranitne, using under-barrel grenade launchers and anti-aircraft weapons. The Ukrainian side did not fire back," it said.
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No violation of the ceasefire in Donbas has been registered since the beginning of May 2.