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National Security Council: Russia resumed shelling Ukrainian territory
The resumed artillery shelling of Ukrainian territory by Russia means that the Russian side does not want to start fulfilling the Minsk agreements, Ukraine's National Security and Defence Council (NSDC) has reported.
"As for artillery shelling from Russian territory, it means that Russia does not even try to begin to comply with the Minsk agreements. It continues to arm militants and send regular armed units into the area temporarily occupied by terrorists," NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko said at a press briefing on Friday.
He said that the resumption of shelling of Ukrainian territory from Russian territory had been recorded over the past 24 hours, "for the first time since the signing of the Minsk agreements."
Lysenko said that artillery shelling had been sighted from the direction of the village of Manotsky, Tarasovsky district, Rostov region of Russia, in the direction of the village of Komyshne, Stanytsia Luganska district, Luhansk region of Ukraine, "in the vicinity of a border post of the Luhansk detachment" of the State Border Service of Ukraine.
One service member and two civilians died in Donbas, and 22 others were wounded
Rebels carried out 39 attacks on ATO forces in the past 24 hours, one soldier died in the fighting; 18 servicemen and at least 4 civilians were wounded, the ATO press centre reported on the morning of 21 November.
"The tensest situation was in the Donetsk, Lugansk and Debaltseve directions.
In total, 25 shell strikes were registered across the territory of Lugansk region. In particular, terrorists shelled twice the town of Schastya.
Ukrainian divisions "successfully repelled attacks near the Donetsk airport.
One Ukrainian fighter was killed and 18 wounded there in the past 24 hours".
Terrorists shelled Schastya: 7 civilians wounded
Seven peaceful residents were wounded in artillery attacks on the town of Schastya, Lugansk region, Head of Lugansk Regional State Administration Gennady Moskal reported on his official page on Friday.
Rebels continued to shell inhabited settlement situated in the territory of Lugansk region controlled by Ukraine forces on Thursday with the town of Schastya, Novoaydarsk district, being most affected.
Coalition has come to an agreement: Becoming a NATO member is the main goal of Ukraine"
The Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Ukraine have been set out in the coalition agreement of five parliamentary political parties, parliamentary candidate from the Samopomich Union Yehor Sobolev has said.
"Joining NATO is a goal for Ukraine. It is the last decision by the political forces of the new parliamentary majority, on which we have just agreed in parliament," he wrote on his page on Facebook.
As reported, according to the text that was previously published on the website of the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko, the coalition agreement foresees the development and adoption of the new wording of the national security strategy and military doctrine, taking into account changes in the military and political situation in Ukraine.
In addition, it is proposed to amend the laws of Ukraine on the foundations of domestic and foreign policy and on the foundations of national security, including "by envisaging the annulment of Ukraine's non-aligned status, the resumption of a political course toward integration into the Euro-Atlantic security space and membership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and also the restoration of Ukraine's national sovereignty over the territory of Crimea as one of the strategic goals."