The positions of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces continue to come under fire not only by militants in eastern Ukraine, but also artillery from Russia.
Director of the Center for Military and Political Studies Dmytro Tymchuk reported this on his Facebook page.
“ATO positions in the border areas were fired on from Russia at least two times. The attacks came from artillery,” he said.
Tymchuk also said that ATO forces were fired on at their positions near Starobesheve, Amvrosiyivka, Savur-Mohyla, and the roadblock on the Olenivka-Donetsk highway.