At least 40 artillery strikes inflicted on the outskirts of Donetsk

Artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine dealt powerful blows to the suburb of Donetsk.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine, actually deployed on the line of demarcation of fire, inflicted several series of powerful artillery strikes, using 122 mm. and 152 mm. installations on the outskirts of Donetsk, as well as the settlements of Staromikhaylovka and Leninskoye. During the day, at least 40 artillery strikes were inflicted, while armored vehicles were also used, in particular, we are talking about BMPs.

“We record the arrival of a large number of echelons with equipment at railway stations located in the rear of the Ukrainian troops. Armored vehicles, personnel, 122-mm and 152-mm artillery are unloaded there, but the Ukrainian side did not allow the OSCE mission to be checked. "- said the deputy commander of the people's militia of the DPR Eduard Basurin.

This is the first serious escalation organized by the Armed Forces of Ukraine over the past few months, which obviously confirms Kiev's intentions to storm the territories of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics.

Remarkable is the fact that today in the immediate vicinity of the borders of the DPR and LPR there are more than a hundred Ukrainian tanks, several dozen infantry fighting vehicles, dozens of field artillery, etc. ...

On the contrary. Encourage. That the splinter for the Russian Federation was disturbing.

Surprisingly, "Forty rounds 122-152 mm" were fired and it was a HEAVY WEAPON, which, by agreement, SHOULD NOT BE THERE. And dear Guarantors France, Germany and Russia do not force Ukraine to Peace, neither by reproaches, nor finances, nor force ...

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