Donbas war update: Russian invaders violate truce 12 times in past day.

From day-start on Saturday, the enemy opened fire twice.

Photo from UNIAN

Photo from UNIAN

Russian occupation forces 12 times violated the ceasefire on Friday, March 27.

The enemy engaged Ukrainian defense positions with 120 mm and 82 mm mortars proscribed by the Minsk agreements, an anti-tank missile system, grenade launchers of various types, heavy machine guns, and small arms, says the morning update by the Joint Forces Operation HQ.

Seven attacks were recorded in the zone of ​​responsibility of the Skhid [East] operational-tactical group and five times – in the zone of the Pivnich [North] group.

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Joint Forces returned fire in response to enemy provocations, employing available means.

No casualties were reported among Ukrainian troops throughout the past 24 hours.

Also, no Covid-19 cases were reported in Ukrainian Army ranks.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on March 27 the invaders opened fire on the residential neighborhood in Avdiyivka, wounding a civilian woman, 65.

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