Donetsk, Jun 3 - DAN. Ukrainian forces fired more than 320 shells on the DPR on Friday,  chaotic bombing of towns and cities in the DPR continues.

Here are the key events so far on Friday, June 3


First explosions of the enemy's rounds sounded in the DPR at 6:55 a.m.

The enemy used Grad and Smerch MLRS, artillery and mortars to target Donetsk, Makeyevka, Yasinovataya, Gorlovka and many more neighbouring townships.

The Russia-led coalition is advancing towards Svyatogorsk in the northern DPR, two townships in the area have been liberated, Yarovaya and Schyurovo.

One person was killed in Gorlovka, five people were injured. Thirteen houses and a common parking space sustained damage.

An adult and a child were killed in Mariupol in an unexploded ordance blast at a city beach.

Another civilian was killed in Vladimirovka, outside Volnovakha, one person was injured.

Four civilians were injured in Donetsk, 11 houses and a kindergarten sustained damage.

In Signalnoye, west of Donetsk, 13 houses and a vehicle were hit by Ukrainian bombing, which left 15,000 customers without power.

A woman born in 1937 was injured in Yasinovataya, two houses were damaged.

A Ukrainian counteroffensive on Novgorodskoye was repelled.


A press briefing took place at the DAN news agency to inform the public about the methods Ukrainian special services use against relatives of DPR service members and public officials. Deputy commander of a DPR People's Militia unit Vladimir Demchenko told about his daughter and son-in-law kidnapped in Kharkov.


Experts and equipment from the Leningrad Region (Saint Petersburg) have embarked on the reconstruction of roads in Enakievo.

The leader of the Fair Russia - For Truth party Sergey Mironov arrived to Donetsk and pledged to assist in the construction of a new building of the Glinka's Hospital in the DPR capital. He took part in the ceremony of the installation of the commemorative stone and an alley in memory of Elizaveta Glinka.

The Health Ministry has developed a list of hospitals to be reconstructed.

The DPR made a decision to temporarily ban the Viber messenger as it has become an element of the enemy's media infrastructure. *ot