Maidan Community Sector, Lviv: Dear friends!
December 3 – 2 Ukrainian military were killed in the ATO area in the last 24 hours, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko.
December 3 – 3 officers of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation have died in Donetsk few days ago, – informed the organizer of “Resistance Information” group Dmytro Tymchuk.
December 3 – Units of Russian terrorists, which took part in the attack on Donetsk airport, were relocated in order to restore fighting capacity, – informed the organizer of “Resistance Information” group Dmytro Tymchuk. “Acting Chief of one of special brigades of Russian Armed Forces was identified among the terrorists killed on December 1st during the attack on Donetsk airport”. “During the talks held by Ukrainian military and Russian terrorists it was agreed that mutual evacuation of the dead and injured should take place. However artillery shelling continues north of the area were the exchange could take place” – said Tymchuk.
December 3 – Using “Grad” multiple rocket launchers, the terrorists have attacked ATO positions in the north-east of Mariupol.
December 3 – “Kharkiv Armor Repair Plant” has supplied the first lot of T-64 tanks to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, stated NSDC press office.
December 3 – Five combined heat and power stations of Ukraine will be out of coal in 4 days, – stated “Ukrenergo”. Energy system of Ukraine is experiencing significant challenges mainly due to coal shortage. Emergency power shutdowns on December 1-2, 2014 have allowed to partially stabilize the situation and prevent technological breakdowns in the system.
December 3 – According to the estimates by ATO press center, the losses of Russian and local pro-Russian terrorists (from Donbas) have amounted to approximately 8000 people since the beginning of the antiterrorist operation.
December 3 – Russian gas monopoly “Gazprom” has declined to inform about the date it will renew gas supply to Ukraine, even in the case of an upfront payment.
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