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    National Security and Defense Council:  Russia and its proxies use hostages to hide their defeat in Maryinka
    Jun07

    National Security and Defense Council: Russia and its proxies use hostages to hide their defeat in Maryinka

    Kyiv, June 6, 2015. Russia-backed militants in eastern Ukraine have captured a soldier of the 28th Mechanized Brigade of Ukrainian Armed Forces Roman Mashchenko who made a series of announcements regarding the fighting near Maryinka on June 3-4, which reiterated messages of the Russian media. Mashchenko was talking “under extreme duress and...

    National Security and Defense Council: Extremely fierce fighting on the frontline: militants use Grad missile systems, 120-mm mortars and 152-mm artillery
    Jun05

    National Security and Defense Council: Extremely fierce fighting on the frontline: militants use Grad missile systems, 120-mm mortars and 152-mm artillery

    Kyiv, June 5, 2015. Extremely fierce fighting along the frontline have occurred over the last day, while pro-Russian mostly used heavy weaponry, such as Grad missile systems, 120-mm mortars and 152-mm artillery against the Ukrainian troops. View map in full size In the Mariupol sector, military action took place in Shyrokyne and Hranitne...

    National Security and Defense Council: OSCE observe militant move heavy arms, used tanks and Grad missile systems in Maryinka offensive
    Jun05

    National Security and Defense Council: OSCE observe militant move heavy arms, used tanks and Grad missile systems in Maryinka offensive

    Kyiv, June 4, 2015. OSCE Special Monitoring Mission reported the movement of militants’ military equipment from Donetsk toward Maryinka in the night of June 2-3: 10 T-64 and T-72 tanks, 122-mm and 152-mm heavy artillery and trucks carrying anti-aircraft mounts were spotted. International monitors also observed incessant artillery fire on the...

    National Security and Defense Council: Militants shell ATO positions near Maryinka and Krasnohorivka
    Jun04

    National Security and Defense Council: Militants shell ATO positions near Maryinka and Krasnohorivka

    Kyiv, June 3, 2015. At 4 a.m., Russia-backed militants launched an offensive on the Ukrainian military positions near Maryinka and Krasnohorivka using tanks, mortars and the artillery. Despite the escalation of fighting, Ukrainian troops hold control over Maryinka and Krasnohorivka. Ukrainian Armed Forces did not suffer any lethal casualties...

    National Security and Defense Council: Fierce fighting in Shyrokyne lasted for the whole day
    Jun03

    National Security and Defense Council: Fierce fighting in Shyrokyne lasted for the whole day

    Kyiv, June 2, 2015. In the Mariupol sector, fierce fighting in Shyrokyne lasted for the whole day. The enemy was firing from a variety of weapons, including 120-mm mortars, 122-mm artillery and tanks. Enemy snipers were active as well. View map in full size Most tense situation remains in the Donetsk sector: militants have fired along the...

    National Security and Defense Council: Russia-backed militants shell Ukrainian positions in Donetsk sector from mortars and artillery
    Jun02

    National Security and Defense Council: Russia-backed militants shell Ukrainian positions in Donetsk sector from mortars and artillery

    Kyiv, June 1, 2015. Pro-Russian militants have launched a series of massive mortar and artillery attacks on the Ukrainian military positions in Pisky and Opytne, Donetsk region. They have also used small arms to attack positions by the city of Zolote, Luhansk region. Civilians are staying at these block posts together with soldiers. Such armed...

    National Security and Defense Council: Militants stirred up combat activity in Luhansk region. Ukrainian border guards outflanked pro-Russian raiders nearby Tryokhizbenka
    Jun01

    National Security and Defense Council: Militants stirred up combat activity in Luhansk region. Ukrainian border guards outflanked pro-Russian raiders nearby Tryokhizbenka

    Kyiv, May 31, 2015 – Militants and enemy’s raiding reconnaissance groups are becoming more active. Ukrainian border guards discovered six armed militant raiders who were trying to get to Tryokhizbenka. Owing to our troops’ coordinated operation, the militants were made to retreat beyond the demarcation line towards Krasnyi Lyman. Shchastya,...

    National Security and Defense Council:  Ukrainian and Moldovan security services detain “DPR” field commander
    May30

    National Security and Defense Council: Ukrainian and Moldovan security services detain “DPR” field commander

    Kyiv, May 30, 2015. Joint forces of the Ukrainian and Moldovan counter-intelligence detained a pro-Russian field commander of the “Somali” battalion, nom-de-guerre “Academic”, who fought as the artilleryman in the ranks of the so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic”. The militant arrived to Chisinau by plane. View map in full size A detained...

    National Security and Defense Council: Ukrainian Armed Forces do not incur any casualties over the day
    May29

    National Security and Defense Council: Ukrainian Armed Forces do not incur any casualties over the day

    Kyiv, May 28, 2015. Ukrainian Armed Forces did not suffer any casualties in the last 24 hours in the course of military engagements. Number of ceasefire violations reduced almost twofold. View map in full size No cases of pro-Russian militant groups use of heavy weapons have been recorded in the Donetsk sector. Isolated armed provocations took...

    National Security and Defense Council:  Discontent spreads on militant-controlled territories
    May28

    National Security and Defense Council: Discontent spreads on militant-controlled territories

    Kyiv, May 27, 2015. Protest moods are spreading on militant-controlled territories in eastern Ukraine. Local residents took to the streets, protesting against the aggressive policy of self-declared “authorities” in Stakhanov, Antratsyt and Dyakove, Luhansk region. View map in full size Skirmishes between the Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian...

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