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ATO latest news: militants fired small arms and grenade launchers to provoke Ukrainian forces

ATO latest news: on September 25 in the ATO area pro-Russian militants fired small arms and grenade launchers trying to provoke Ukrainian forces, hoping for the back fire in order to accuse them of breaking the peace agreements
ATO latest news: the militants fired at Ukrainian positions with grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms

On September 25 the day was calm enough in the ATO area. So, from 06:00 to 18:00 the only chaotic firings with small arms at Ukrainian position were recorded, Joinfo.ua reports with the reference to ATO press-center.

About 16:00 on Artemivsk direction, the militants opened fire with a grenade launchers and small arms at ATO forces base point near Zaitsevo village. Also near Zaitsevo, from the temporarily occupied territory about 16:30 mercenaries unsuccessfully tried to pull ATO forces into armed confrontation with a provoking fire from grenade launchers. 10 grenades exploded a hundred meters from Ukrainian position.

Yes, at 18.35 the enemy sniper was shooting through our base point in the village Zaitsevo. And about 21:00, again near Zaitsevo militants fired at ATO positions with small arms and grenade launchers.

It should be noted an increased provocative actions of the militants. In occupied territory they opened fire toward the contact line, hoping for the back fire from the Armed Forces of Ukraine in order to accuse them of breaking the peace agreements. Often this is done to create a picture for the pro-Russian television.

Later that night about 21:00, the mercenaries fired small arms near Troitske village. And almost at 22:00 they were shooting with automatic grenade lanchers towards ATO bases in Leninske and Kirov. Grenades exploded a few hundred meters from the Ukrainian position. The morning of Saturday September 26, from midnight to 6 am there was silence in the ATO area.