Artillery and anti-tank systems used against the Ukrainian Armed Forces – headquarters

Photo: Press center of the JFO headquarters / Facebook

Ukrainian Armed Forces returned fire

The Ukrainian side of the JCCC reported the facts of violations by the separatists to the representatives of the OSCE mission.

Over the past day, separatist units have opened fire 11 times on positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Donbas. The Ukrainian military suffered no losses, informs Joint Forces Operations Headquarters press room in the morning briefing on Sunday 11 July.

So, in the Mironovsky area, the enemy used 122-mm artillery systems. And near Vodyanoe (near Donetsk) he fired at the positions of the Ukrainian military from 120 caliber mortars.

In the Vodyanoye area on the Azov Sea, the enemy twice fired from artillery systems of 122-mm caliber and grenade launchers of various systems. In the area of ​​Shirokino, 82 caliber mortars were fired.

In the direction of Svetlodarsk, the enemy fired from mortars of 120 and 82 calibers, anti-tank and automatic heavy grenade launchers.

In the area of ​​the settlement of Peski, illegal armed groups fired at the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine from 82-caliber mortars.

Not far from Zolote-4, the enemy used an anti-tank missile system.

“In addition, in the area of ​​the Joint Forces operation, 3 overflights of enemy UAVs were recorded crossing the line of demarcation,” the message says.

The fighters of the Ukrainian Armed Forces opened fire on the shelling of the enemy.

The Ukrainian side of the JCCC reported the facts of violations by the separatists to the representatives of the OSCE mission.

As of Sunday morning, there had been no shelling.

The day before, it was reported that 13 attacks were recorded in the Donbas. Then a soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine died… Three more were injured and injured in combat.

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