September 22, 2014
Militants of DNR and LNR are demanded to take care of military equipment and establish their own repairmen base
Russian-terrorist troops are establishing ‘rear agencies’ in the areas of the settlements of Snizhne and Kraskiy Luch (warehouses, workshops etc). They are also establishing transshipment bases. Part of loads that come from Russia (mostly ammunition and equipment) are sent further to the south. Heavy equipment and armament is coming rom Russian through the town of Novoazovsk [near Mariupol].
At the same time that staff of DNR and LNR [Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics] push stringent requirement to the fighters to take care of equipment and weapons saying that in future the flow of military equipment from Russian would stop and ‘Novorossiya] [New Russia] has to create its own repairmen base.
Russian-terrorist troops continue to shell and attack trying to force Ukrainian militants to leave occupied positions. In particular:
– Positions of Ukrainian militants in Donetsk airport were shelled 4 time, tank and mortars were used
– Positions of Ukrainian armed forces in the area of settlement of Granitne [Donetsk oblast] were shelled no less than 6 times. Shelling was carried out with mortars, cannon artillery and small arms. The enemy attempted to assault but they were repelled. During the attacks most part of fighters was destroyed (including sniper unit).
– Positions of Ukrainian militants near the settlement of Peski and Trudovske [Donetsk oblast] were shelled with mortars
– There were registered 4 shellings of the positions of Ukrainian armed forces near the town of Debaltsevo. The terrorists used artillery, mortars and ‘Grad’ multiple rocket launcher systems
– Ukrainian militants near the town of Mariupol were shelled with ‘Grad’ multiple rocket launcher systems. In general positions of Ukrainian army in this sector were shelled 12 times
In general, there were registered 40 cases of shelling of Ukrainian armed forces by Russian-terrorist troops.
Source: ‘Information Resistance’ group