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ATO HQ report: militants made 20 attacks on Ukrainian troops in Donbas despite “cease fire”

On September 4, Russian proxies have continued attacks on Ukrainian units in the Antiterrorist Operation area in Donbas, despite the truce that came into effect on September 1. Eight Ukrainian servicemen were wounded
ATO HQ report: militants made 20 attacks on Ukrainian troops in Donbas despite “cease fire”

In the Luhansk sector of the Antiterrorist Operation area the invaders conducted one short shelling with small arms on the village of Novooleksandrivka in Popasna district, according to the information released at the briefing by Colonel Oleksandr Motuzyanyk, the spokesman The Presidential Administration of Ukraine for ATO issues, Joinfo.ua reports.

In the Donetsk sector, the fighting has intensified in the Avdiyivka industrial area, where the invaders broke the cease fire in the day time and in the night. Also, the occupiers conducted one mortar shelling there.

Also, a combat clash between the ATO forces and militants took place nearby the village of Troitske on the Svitlodarsk arc last night. After a 15-minute battle, the enemy retreated.

In total, there were 6 enemy attacks in the past 24 hours in the Donetsk sector.

In the Mariupol sector, it was traditionally restless in the far north and south part of the sector – in the village of Mar’inka and on the front line section of Pavlopil – Shyrokyne. The invaders used small arms, rocket launchers and armored vehicles.

In total, there were 12 enemy attacks in the Mariupol sector yesterday.

During the last day of hostilities none of Ukrainian servicemen were killed, one soldier was wounded in Avdiyivka.

In addition, four Ukrainian servicemen our soldiers and 1 state patrol officer were wounded in a grenade explosion in a medical car in Stanychno Luhanskyi district.

Two more Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in Krasnohorivka village in a blast of an explosive device.

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