Militants in Donetsk open fire on voters

Terrorists from the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic have opened fire on four people who came to vote in Donetsk.
Observers from the Committee of Voters of Ukraine and the Opora civil network learned this from residents of Donetsk, according to the Novosti Donbassa (News of Donbas) online newspaper.
“My friends and I decided today to vote in the elections, and went to the polling station where we usually vote. It is located at School No. 114 in the Petrovsky district of Donetsk. When we arrived there, a man was standing at the entrance and we asked him whether we could vote there. He said ‘now we’ll solve everything’ and went into the school building. After that, we came under machinegun fire from the building, and we barely escaped, because we came to the car in time,” a resident of Donetsk said.
No polling station opened in Donetsk on Sunday as the city is temporarily occupied by illegal armed groups.

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