Two Civilians Were Wounded After the UAF Shelled Kominternovo

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


Over the past few days the Ukrainian Armed Forces have violated the ceasefire regime 13 times, having fired 188 rounds of ammunition across the frontline territories of the DPR .

This was reported by the press service of the representation of the DPR in the Joint Centre for Control and Coordination (JCCC)  and in the negotiation process.

On the night of August 14th the following areas and settlements were subjected to UAF shelling: Gorlovka (the settlement of the Izotov mine), Yasinovataya, Spartak, Staromikhailovka, Donetsk (the settlement of the Trudovskoye mine), Leninskoye, Kominternovo, Novaya Tavriya, and Sakhanka.

As a result of the UAF’s massive evening shelling of the South of the republic a peaceful inhabitant from the settlement of Kominternovo Tsikunova T.V. – born in 1959 – received a shrapnel wound to the chest [another resident of the settlement of Kominternovo born in 1942 also received a wound – ed].

In addition, a number of houses were damaged in the settlement itself.

It was restless also in the Gorlovka direction, where as a result of the UAF’s shelling of the settlement of the Izotov mine in Gorlovka, a house at 10 Otboynaya Street and also school No. 10 were damaged.

“Settlement 6/7. 10 Otboynaya Street, direct hit last night at about 20:00,” reported the mayor Ivan Prikhodko himself on his Telegram channel, having also posted photos of the aftermath of the shelling.

After the settlement of the Trudovskoye mine in Donetsk was shelled by a BMP-2, the low-pressure gas pipeline at 39 Udachnaya Street was damaged, because of which more than 100 houses in the Petrovsky area were left without a gas supply.

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In addition, houses were damaged after the settlement of Staromikhailovka was shelled by a BMP-2.

The representation of the DPR in the JCCC and in the negotiation process reports that in total the UAF fired 188 pieces of ammuniation units.

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