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Shrapnel at the bombardment area in Donetsk. archive photo

The Ukrainian Armed Forces fired ten NATO shells at Donetsk and Novopetrikovka.

DONETSK, June 2 – RIA Novosti. Ukrainian troops fired ten shells of 155 millimeter “NATO” caliber at Novopetrikovka and the Kuibyshevsky district of Donetsk. reported At the DPR office at the Joint Center for the Control and Coordination of War Crimes Issues in Ukraine (JCCC).

“Fire was recorded from the armed formations of Ukraine in the direction: 12.00 – settlement Novoukrainka – settlement Novopetrikovka: five shells of 155 mm caliber were fired; 17.30 – Umanskoye settlement – Donetsk city (Kuibyshevsky district) : five shells of 155 mm caliber were fired” – in the messages on the telegram channel of the representative office specified.

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Donetsk Mayor Aleksey Kulemzin reported that a civilian was killed in the shelling in the Kuibyshev district, a direct hit was also recorded on an apartment building, and another shell hit near the hospital. The DPR representation at the JCCC previously reported that the city area was bombed by Ukrainian soldiers, who fired ten rockets from the MLRS.

Kuibyshevsky district is located in the western part of Donetsk.

155 mm caliber artillery is used by NATO countries. The United States has supplied Ukraine with a long-range M777 howitzer of this caliber, Ukrainian troops are actively using them to bombard the cities of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics. In addition, the Ukrainian troops received German PzH 2000 self-propelled artillery mounts, Polish Krab self-propelled guns and French CAESAR self-propelled guns using 155 mm caliber shells.

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Source: Ria

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