Kyiv says its positions in Donbas came under militants' fire 29 times over past 24 hours
Militants have opened fire on the Ukrainian Armed Forces positions in Donbas, 29 times over the past 24 hours, using weapons banned by the Minsk Agreements on a number of occasions, the press center of the headquarters of Kyiv's army operation in Eastern Ukraine said on its Facebook account on Thursday.
According to the press center, the militants opened fire 29 times, including "20 instances of shelling, recorded between 6:00 p.m. and midnight."
Militants fired 120mm and 82mm mortars, grenade launchers and small arms at Ukrainian military positions near Maryinka several times, it said.
Positions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the vicinity of Luhanske, and Zaitseve, came under fire as well.
Militants also shelled Ukrainian positions in the vicinity of Shyrokyne and Novotroitske, near the city of Mariupol, the press center said.