As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) Staff's press center in a report as at 6 a.m. Nov. 2, posted on Facebook.
The Staff said 27 armed provocations were recorded in Mariupol direction.
"Near Mykhailivka, the occupants fired from 82 mm and 120 mm mortars simultaneously. Near Pyshchevyk village, they employed 122 mm artillery. In Pavlopil and Krasnohorivka direction, the enemy fired machine guns, grenade launchers, and small arms. Near Lebedynske and Vodiane, shelling was conducted with use of 120 mm mortars, in Shyrokyne - with mortars and IFV weapons," the message reads.
In Donetsk direction, the occupants violated the cease-fire seven times: "In direction of the Ukrainian Armed Forces units near Slavne, Avdiivka, and Luhanske, the occupants fired 82 mm mortars enhanced by grenade launchers of various systems, machine guns, and small arms."
In Luhansk direction, three truce breaches were recorded. Near Krymske, militants fired from 152 mm cannon artillery, in Lopaskyne and Stanytsia Luhanska from grenade launchers.
Earlier, Russian terrorists opened fire upon Ukrainian Army positions 36 times Oct. 31.
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