Donetsk, Jul 6 — DAN. Ukrainian forces fired more about 130 shells on the DPR on Wednesday. DAN presents its evening news summary. 

Here are the key events so far on Wednesday, July 6.

Fighting and victims

First explosions of the enemy’s rounds sounded in the DPR at 8 a.m.

The enemy used Grad MLRS, artillery and mortars including 155 mm NATO systems, to target Donetsk, Kharzisk, Yasinovataya, Gorlovka, and neighbouring townships.

Five people were injured by Ukrainian shelling.

Twenty houses sustained damage, as well as a number of stores.

The joint  operations of the DPR forces and Russian Army destroyed two BM-21 Grad MLRS, two M-777 howitzers, one truck and more than 30 personnel.

On the territory of the Donetsk People’s Republic, the group of troops of the DPR and LPR with fire support of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation liberated since the beginning of the operation 241 townships, including the village of Spornoye.

Russian military destroyed two US-made HIMARS artillery rocket launchers and two depots of their ammo outside Kramatorsk with high-precision air-based missiles.

On the eastern outskirts of Soledar, the aviation of the Russian Air Force destroyed a warehouse of missile artillery of the 57th mechanized brigade, which stored 1,5 thousand shells of various calibres and more than a hundred foreign anti-tank missile systems.

Humanitarian situation

The DPR Ministry of Transport assisted in transfers of 1,000 children to Russian wellness centers, sanatoriums, boarding houses and recreation centres in the Krasnodar Krai and the Rostov Oblast.

The All-Russia National front delivered equipment and accoutrements for the DPR 100th brigade at the frontline.

Three Ukrainian regions, Kharkov, Kherson and Zaporozhye, are now allowed to transfer their exports through the territory of the DPR and LPR, as the Unified Economic Council adopted the decision No.59.

Representatives of the Donetsk Republican Museum of Local History visited the “Sambek Heights” People’s Military History Complex of the Great Patriotic War in the Rostov Oblast.

The Central Republican Hospital launched a new mobile version of the online application, all subscribers need to re-register.

Experts of the Republican Bureau of Forensic Medical Examination began to form a DNA base of relatives of persons who went missing during hostilities in Mariupol. 

Electricians and Russian contractors reconnected the port of Mariupol to the electrical grid, the DPR Ministry of Coal and Energy said. *ot