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that have happened in Ukraine today
Terrorists fired at the village of Toshkivka using Grad systems: three killed, two children wounded
Rebels continued to shell Ukraine-controlled territories of Lugansk region, the head of the Lugansk Regional State Administration Gennady Moskal reported on his website.
The settlements of Popasna, Schastia, Stanyzia Luganska, Krymske, Nyzhnie, Tryokhizbenka (which was fired upon by tanks), Novotoshkivka and Toshkivka were under fire.
Three people died and four others were wounded as a result of shell strikes on the village of Toshkivka carried out by Grad systems. There are 5-year- and 6-month-old children among the wounded.
National Security Council: 2 service members killed and 13 others wounded in the ATO area in the past 24 hours
2 Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 13 others wounded in the past 24 hours in the area of the anti-terrorist operation, a spokesman for the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council Andriy Lysenko, reported on Monday.
National Security Council: Russia moved Mig-31 fighters to the border with Ukraine
An aviation unit able to control the whole air space of Lugansk region has been transferred to Russia's Rostov region, a spokesman for the Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council, Andriy Lysenko, reported on Monday.
He also noted no armed clashes with terrorists took place along the border outside the ATO area; no cases of violation of Ukrainian air space and use of drones by militants were recorded either.
British Embassy helps Russia to recognize its tanks in Ukraine
The British Embassy in Ukraine has decided to help Russia with identifying its tanks in the territory of Ukraine - the fact still denied by the RF, the embassy reports in Twitter.
In particular, the embassy provides distinctive features of the T-72BM tank, which has never been used by the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
In addition, they posted photos of above mentioned tanks and dates, when they were spotted in the territory of Ukraine.
NATIONAL SECURITY AND DEFENSE COUNCIL: Enemy changing tactics
The National Security Council states that the terrorists carry out fewer attacks on positions of ATO forces, but continue to shell them by artillery according to a spokesman for the Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council Andriy Lysenko.
The most fierce shell strikes on positions of ATO forces were detected in the Donetsk and Debaltseve directions, and also near the Bakhmutka highway.
Rebels pummelled the Donetsk airport five times within 24 hours using artillery, mortars, grenade launchers and small arms; they also made several attempts to storm positions of ATO forces situated there.
Shlapak: Ukraine may create a free economic zone in Donbas
The government is reviewing its policy regarding Donetsk and Lugansk regions including a possibility to create a free economic zone in the region, Shlapak said in an interview with the First National Channel.
According to him, the government is working on different scenarios including the one mentioned above.
He also mentioned that the government had passed special decisions to suspend funding these territories.
Militants were unable again to seize the Donetsk airport
Rebels keep trying to impair the situation in Donbas region and finally destroy the fragile truce, the ATO press-centre reports.
Rebels violated the truce agreements 43 times during yesterday.
Fighting for the Donetsk airport broke out again this night. Ukrainian troops withstood the attacks despite of rebels' numerous attempts to seize this strategic facility.
Our divisions near the settlements of Uglegorsk, Kamenka, Nikishyno, Maloorlivka and Mayorsk got under fire, too.
Ukraine lost two service members in the past 24 hours, 13 others received different types of wounds in fights against terrorists.