28 June, 2014 18:20 ▪
InfoResist: Terrorists shoot at the airfield and two bases of Ukrainian military in Kramatorsk
According to him, Ukrainian military located at the Kramatorsk airfield were attacked by terrorists.
The terrorists “were shooting from mortars from Kramatorsk suburbs. No military were killed,” Tymchuk wrote.
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The terrorists also shot at the anti-terrorist operation base in Donetsk Oblast, and another base near Kryvi Luky (Donetsk Oblast) using mortars and grenade launchers.
“The terrorists launched 7 mines at the gas distribution station in the area. No military were killed,” Tymchuk wrote.
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On June 27, Presidnet Poroshenko announced prolongation of the ceasefire for another 72 hours after the previous ceasefire ended at 10 p.m. on Friday, June 27.
Terrorists had agreed to a ceasefire through June 27 on June 23 after negotiations in Donetsk. However, they kept breaking the ceasefire constantly after that.
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On June 27, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said that over 20 Ukrainian military were killed during the ceasefire, while President Poroshenko said that terrorists broke the ceasefire over 30 times.
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