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Situation along the Bakhmutka route remains the most difficult [ATO map for December 10]

December 10, 2014

During the last day Ukrainian troops were attacked in 10 settlements in Eastern Ukraine. Bakhmutka route remains most difficult location in the conflict zone

Situation along the Bakhmutka route remains the most difficult [ATO map for December 10]

Here is an operative data from experts of ‘Information Resistance’ group about situation in Eastern Ukraine during the last day.

The enemy continues to regroup its military units in Donetsk, Yasynuvata and Horlivka.

The situation in Debaltsevo bridgehead remains tense. Relocation of armed groups is registered in the area of two settlements. In addition, the enemy actively performs maneuvers along the Bakhmutka route. Firing artillery units actively receive ammunition and change their positions.

 

In addition here is report of National Security and Defense Council concerning the situation today, December 10, 2014.

Spokesperson of Information and Analysis Center of NSDC Andriy Lysenko reports the following.

During the last day terrorists attacked positions of Ukrainian Armed Forces in 10 settlements. The situation in Bakhmutka road remains the most difficult.

Near Donetsk terrorists shelled positions of Ukrainian militants on the territory of Donetsk airport and near Maryinka. They used anti-aircraft guns and small arms. Also terrorists shelled positions of Ukrainian Armed Forces in settlements near Debaltsevo and Horlivka.

According to NSDC spokesperson, shelling of two settlements along the Bakhmutka route was the most dangerous. Russian-terrorist forces used tanks, artillery and small arms in these areas.

For more information concerning terrorist activity in the Eastern Ukraine see the map below.

Situation along the Bakhmutka route remains the most difficult [ATO map for December 10]

Source: coordinator of ‘Information Resistance’ group Dmytro [Dmitriy] Tymchuk, National Security and Defense Council


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