Terrorists shell Marinka again using 122-mm missiles


Mercenaries again launched an assault on Marinka village near Donetsk.

This is reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrainska Pravda.

According to press officer of the Joint Center for Cease-Fire Coordination and Control Ruslan Semeniuk, illegal armed gangs started to shell Marinka at 6 a.m. After 10:30 a.m. the enemy added 122-mm missiles to the shelling. As of afternoon, Semeniuk said, there were no large-scale offensive and combat activities at the location.

As reported earlier, the terrorists launched an offensive against Marinka in the night of June 3. This happened after the Russian party nearly ruined negotiations in Minsk on Tuesday - their representative Azamat Kulmukhametov literally left the negotiations table.

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After massive offensive of 1,000 terrorists with 10 tanks and Gvozdikas, the Ukrainian party was forced to use artillery against the mercenaries. Ukraine has informed its partners of the decision.

SBU Head Adviser Markiian Lubkivskyi said citing SBU counterintelligence that at least four soldiers of the Russian Army's Special Forces were killed in the operation.

Ukrainian presidential adviser Yurii Biriukov said that as of 9 p.m. that day, three Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 38 wounded.

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"At 9 a.m. Ukrainian positions were shelled with mortars and small arms. This is Marinka. Later, security found a sabotage and reconnaissance group of the enemy. Now the troops have been sent to destroy the enemy, a combat is underway," Presidential Administration speaker on ATO matters Andrii Lysenko said today to Interfax-Ukraine.

State Traffic Police announced that traffic has been blocked on two motorways from Donetsk, same as during the previous Marinka shelling.

Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/n339209