Russian occupiers fire Grads on Ukraine positions in Vodiane
The Russian occupation forces fired Grad rocket launchers on the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the village of Vodiane, the press service of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters reported on Facebook.
According to the press center, the militants once again violated the Minsk agreements on February 22 and are now attempting to disrupt the withdrawal of heavy weapons from the demarcation line.
Read alsoUkraine Def. Ministry: Russian occupiers change tactics near Avdiyivka"A few hours ago, the positions of Ukrainian troops in Vodiane were attacked by the occupiers, using Grad systems, 122mm artillery systems, as well as 120mm and 82mm mortars. In addition, the enemy used 122mm artillery systems to shell our positions in the village of Shyrokyne [some 24 km away from the Ukrainian-held strategic port city of Mariupol]," the reports says.
Read alsoUkraine reports almost 60 attacks in Donbas, one wounded in last dayAccording to the headquarters, the occupiers launched at least three projectiles from Grad P portable systems, seven 122mm artillery shells and 30 mines of various calibers.