The War in East Ukraine. Renewed Artillery Attacks by Kiev Forces

In-depth Report:

Last night, servicemen of the military commandant’s office of DPR detained a raid force of pro-Kiev militants at the Yasnoe settlement. A high activity of pro-Kiev infiltrators are observed at the whole contact line since last week.

Pro-Kiev artillery has been attempting to destroy a railroad haul connecting DPR with Ukraine. The Skotovskaya rail terminal is damaged. Train movements are temporary stopped. A real level of destruction is unknown.

Gorlvoka has continuing to stay under Ukrainian artillery fire. Pro-Kiev militants shell the town from Majorsk, Dzerjinsk, Novogorodskoe, Svetlodarsk. DPR Armed Forces have been exercising a coounter-battery fire and have repulsed a few of Ukrainian attacks.

From the direction of Avdeevvka, Ukrainian artillery shell Donetsk Airport and residential areas around it. The clashes are also going at Peski.

Yesterday, pro-Kiev militants attempted to claim the Spartak settlement but have failed because of actions of Novorossian warriors.

The Ukrainian pressure have raised at Mariinka. Sporadic clashes and artillery duels are there.

The Granitnoe settlement are under constant artillery fire from the direction of Kiev-controlled Volnovakha.

Articles by: South Front

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