Militants in the Donbass increased the number of provocations with the onset of night time
In the headquarters operations of joint forces, said that the situation in the Donbass remains controlled.
For the past day, June 20, the Russian occupation troops 30 times violated the ceasefire regime, 6 times used artillery and mortars.
On the Lugansk direction the enemy launched a provocation in the areas of settlements Novotoshkovskoe and gold, where they opened fire on our positions with artillery and small arms. Division of the United forces gave an adequate response.
In Donetsk and Mariupol directions vyznachayetsya intensification of the enemy in the settlements Avdiivka, Marinka, Palopoli, Water, Shirokino. With the onset of the dark time of the day, the enemy carried out provocative attacks mainly from small arms and automatic grenade launchers. If necessary, units of the joint forces fire suppressed the enemy firing points, forcing him to cease fire.
During the fighting the past day wounded three of our soldiers.
Enemy losses are specified losses among our troops there.
During the night the current day, June 21, invaders six times violated the ceasefire along the contact line using only small arms. The loss of our troops there. The situation remains under the control of the United forces.
It was reported that since the beginning of armed conflict in the Donbass killed more than three thousand civilians. This is stated in the UN report on human rights violations in Ukraine. The document also notes that over the past three months in the Donbass killed nearly two dozen civilians. About 60 people were injured.
The United Nations say that in the East of Ukraine continued fighting, which killed more people. In addition, in the Donbass has documented cases of deliberate killings of civilians.
The UN has stressed that the use of weapons against civilians is considered a war crime.
The UN reported that Russia to bypass international law has imposed its own laws in the occupied Crimea. In particular, it concerns the eviction of the Ukrainian and the confiscation of their property.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.