Deputy chief of staff of the militia of the self-proclaimed Donetsk national Republic Eduard Basurin said Wednesday that 3 people died and 7 were injured in Donbas over the past day as a result of shelling from the Ukrainian security forces.
before the Ministry of defence DND stated that the intensity of the attacks from the security forces for the day had grown, documented 86 cases of ceasefire violation.
"in the end, a massive fire North-Western outskirts of Gorlovka killed one woman, and another 3 people, among them 15-year-old girl received injuries to the health. The shelling was conducted from the positions of the 34-th separate battalion of military power of Ukraine, which is located in Novgorod, eight kilometers from Gorlovka ", - said Basurin correspondents.
according to his statement, as a result of the attacks over the past day Also lost two of the militia DND, another four were injured.
Basurin added that the Military continues to move heavy weapons from the contact line in Donbass." Exploration DNR documented moving from Kramatorsk to the settlement Pravdivka, 16 kilometers from the contact line, eleven units of SAU, who have the opportunity to shoot at a distance of 25 kilometers, " - said Basurin.
in his vision, an increase in the intensity of the attacks from the security forces is due to 2 factors." This is their kind of preparation for the meeting in Minsk, which is expected to take 20 days. Also This is caused by the internal squabbles of the "Right sector" and other battalions of military power of Ukraine ", - said Deputy chief of staff of the militia DND.
The Ukrainian authorities began in April last year in the Donbass military operation against dissatisfied with the coup d'etat of residents of the region. According to the summary data of the UN, the victims of the conflict were about 6, 5 thousand people. The settlement of the situation in the Donbass is discussed, as well as among them, during meetings in Minsk contact group, which since September of last year already took 3 of the document governing the steps to de-escalate the conflict.