DPR: The Armed Forces of Ukraine fired two rockets and three NATO-caliber shells from the “Hurricane” in Donetsk
DONETSK, July 6 – RIA Novosti. Ukrainian troops bombarded Donetsk from Uragan MLRS and 155mm NATO artillery, reported Representation of the DPR at the Ceasefire Regime Joint Control and Coordination Center (JCCC).
“Fire was recorded from the armed formations of Ukraine in the following directions: 12:30 – Kurakhovo settlement – Donetsk city (Petrovsky district): Two rockets were fired from BM-27 “Hurricane”; 12:48 – Avdiivka settlement – Donetsk city ( Kuibyshevsky district): Three rounds of 155 mm caliber were fired,” says the mission’s Telegram channel.
At 12:57, the Armed Forces of Ukraine fired four rounds of 155 mm caliber from positions in Avdiivka in the Kievsky district of Donetsk, and three minutes later they opened fire from Artemivsk in the village of Golmovsky, near Horlivka – six of the same ammunition. they were fired.
At 13:15 Ukrainian troops opened fire on the Kuibyshevsky district of Donetsk with three 155 mm caliber shells.
In the morning, the Armed Forces of Ukraine was released through the territory of the DPR
28 rounds of 155 mm caliber;
18 rounds of 152 mm caliber;
19 rounds of 122 mm caliber;
Nine mines of 120 mm caliber.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine bombard the territory of the DPR with 155-millimeter shells almost every day. In other words, just the other day, four civilians, including a ten-year-old girl, were killed and 12 injured as a result of the attacks.
Since February 24, Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine to protect the residents of Donbass, who, as emphasized by Vladimir Putin, have been subjected to genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years. Allied troops have already liberated a significant part of the Donetsk People’s Republic, including Volnovakha, Mariupol and Svyatogorsk, as well as the territory of the Lugansk People’s Republic.
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