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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Ukrainian security forces attacked positions militias in the South of the DNI


In the South of the self-proclaimed people’s Republic of Donetsk tense situation. Ukrainian security forces violated the cease-fire and clashed with the militias near the village of Lenin, said the Ministry of defence DND.


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In operational command of the self-proclaimed Republic said that Ukrainian units had launched an attack after conducting artillery training with the use of 152-millimeter guns.

Currently in the Leninsky district of the village there is a fight. According to the head of the defense Ministry of the DPR Eduard Basurin, the AFU suffered losses in men and equipment during the attack on militia positions. “Preliminary loss of the enemy amounted to one BMP destroyed, five security forces destroyed”, – quoted a military RIA Novosti.

Previously Bacurin reported that on 12 October in the villages, the village of Kominternovo and Lenin militia attacked the mercenaries from Poland and Georgia. However, all attempts to break through the defense of the DNI has failed: in the course of fierce fighting 15 foreigners were killed and 25 were injured.

In addition, the head of the DND Alexander Zakharchenko said that the Ukrainian security forces used during the breakthrough combat helicopter, however, the militia lined it. In the end, the winged car fell on the territory controlled by Kiev. The Ukrainian defense Ministry has denied this claim.

Read the article “MK”: Experts explained the background history of the stricken DNI Ukrainian helicopter

 

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