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ATO latest news: on October 30 the militants attacked Ukrainian positions near Donetsk airport, one Ukrainian soldier killed and one wounded

On October 30 the militants attacked Ukrainian positions near Donetsk airport. As a result, one Ukrainian soldier was killed and another one was wounded
ATO latest news: on October 30 the militants attacked Ukrainian positions near Donetsk airport, one Ukrainian soldier killed and another one wounded

On October 30 the militants attacked Ukrainian positions near Donetsk airport. They were shooting for half an hour, using small arms and automatic grenade launchers, Joinfo.ua reports.

According to the information, which was announced today at a briefing Speaker of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine on ATO Colonel Andriy Lysenko, as a result of the incident – one Ukrainian soldier was killed and another one was wounded.

Also during the past day Ukrainian border guards recorded the flight of the enemy drone near Mariupol.

ATO latest news: on October 30 the militants attacked Ukrainian positions near Donetsk airport, one Ukrainian soldier killed and another one wounded

Yesterday about 18:00, the fire at the ammunition depot in Svatove was finally quenched. Therefore, rescuers put out the fires in buildings located nearby. Sappers defused the ammunition flown apart by explosions. All the emergency services and local residents are involved in restoration of Svatove and helping the victims of the incident.

The U.S. Army Chief of Staff, four-star general Mark Milley, who came to Ukraine with working visit on October 29, inspected troops of 173th airborne brigade of the U.S. Army participating in Fearless Guardian-2015 training.

“Mark Milley was satisfied with performance of his subjects and Ukrainian National Guards and said he would report to his command that cooperation with Ukraine in the sphere of defense is to be continued and strengthened,” – said Colonel Lysenko.