Russian terrorists violated the cease-fire in Eastern Ukraine 37 times – ATO Press Center

On July 4, 2015, ATO Press Center reports that the Ukrainian forces completely control the situation in the ATO zone. Russian terrorists violated the cease-fire in Eastern Ukraine more than 37 times over the last 24 hours.

“At 9 p.m. on July 3, 2015, militants have shelled for two hours with 120-mm mortars at Ukrainian soldiers in Novotoshkivka village. At 10 p.m. from the same wepons was shelled Novhorodske village,” states the report.

Pro-Russian terrorist forces tried to provoke Ukrainian ATO forces and shelled at villages of Stanytsia Luhanska, Marinka, Troitske, Rozsadky.

“The hottest spot was near Opytne village. Ukrainian troops were fired from different types of weapons and were shot by sniper. From 8.40.p.m Russian terrorists fired near Pisky village from IFV. Firing points of the enemy were quickly suppressed with not prohibited by Minsk agreements weapons,” informs ATO Press Center.

At 5.10 p.m. Ukrainian forces had a combat clash with the militants’ subversive reconnaissance unit (SRU) near the village of Shchastia. Ukrainian soldiers repelled an attack and the enemy run away.

From the midnight to 6.a.m Pro-Russian terrorists on July 4, 2015, have continued to attack Ukrainian soldiers. Ukrainian positions near Krymske village were shelled with 120-mm mortars twice. Three times the invaders fired at the village of Novotoshkivka from tank, 120-mm mortars, 122-mm guns and small arms.

“Ukrainian soldiers don’t react on the terrorists’ provocations and provide adequate resistance with weapons not prohibited by the Minsk agreements. Ukrainian defenders are ready for any developments and are confident in their abilities,” underlines the ATO Press Center.

Протягом минулої доби ситуація в районі проведення антитерористичної операції залишалася цілком контрольованою силами АТ…

Posted by Прес-центр АТО on Friday, 3 July 2015

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