Donetsk, Jun 30 — DAN. Ukrainian armed formations on Thursday have shelled 14 settlements in the Donetsk People’s Republic wounding four civilians.
Ukrainian forces opened fire at the Donetsk People’s Republic right after midnight targeting 14 settlements including Donetsk, Gorlovka, Yasinovataya and their suburbs. The enemy fired at them 367 rounds of ammunition using “Grad” multiple rocket launchers, 155mm, 152mm and 122mm artillery, mortars and grenade launchers.
Four civilians including a 12-year-old child were wounded in shelling and at least 19 houses, cafes and infrastructure facilities were damaged. Power outages affected nearly 1,900 customers in Donetsk and Yasinovataya.
Coalition forces liberated the village of Sidorovo south of Svyatogorsk. Over the part 24 hours, DPR forces killed 45 invaders and destroyed four enemy fire positions as well as armored vehicles; Russian forces killed more than half of the Ukrainian army’s 14th and 56th Mechanized Brigades personnel and destroyed ammunition dumps, four MLRS and artillery platoons and a Su-27 warplane.
The Russian regions who have taken DPR towns and districts under patronage are implementing civil engineering projects at 200 construction sites across the Republic. Some 6,000 Russian specialists are helping to rebuild Donbass.
In Mariupol, more than 100 Russian energy workers together with their DPR colleagues are repairing four electrical substations.
The first motor vehicle registration and driver examination division began operation in Volnovakha; another two are due to open in Mariupol shortly.
A-95 petrol prices have decreased by four rubles in the Donetsk People’s Republic. The DPR parliament explained the decrease by falling prices in Russia which exports the fuel. A-100 and A-92 petrol and LNG prices decreased in the DPR last week. Previously, fuel prices changed about three weeks ago.
The report is based on Donetsk News Agency original stories and information supplied by the Joint Centre for Control and Coordination, the Territorial Defense Headquarters, dedicated ministries and local authorities.*jk