Donetsk, Jun 29 — DAN. Ukrainian armed formations have fired more than 100 rounds of ammunition at seven settlements in the Donetsk People’s Republic on Wednesday.
Ukrainian forces resumed strikes at the Republic at 06:30 targeting Donetsk, Makeyevka, Yasinovataya, Panteleimonovka, Novobakhmutovka, Dolomitnoye and Verkhnetoretskoye. The enemy used “Grad” multiple rocket launchers, artillery and mortars; 114 rounds of ammunition were expended.
A civilian was killed in Yasinovataya and at least three houses were damaged in the shelling.
DPR militiamen destroyed three enemy “Grad” multiple rocket launchers, armored vehicles, and an ammunition dump; Russian forces destroyed four “Grad” MLRS and artillery platoons and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Volnovakha and Mariupol will restore their railway link on July 11. Between the two destinations, trains will pass the stations of Karan, Kalchik, Aslanovo and Sartana.
Russia’s Chelyabinsk region plans to help Yasinovataya repair roads and education centers. Facilities are currently being inspected. The Russians are ready to begin to work, but Ukrainian forces strikes remain the main obstacle.
The “United Russia” Party delivered insulin, anti-biotic drugs and other medications to the liberated Krasny Liman.
Shakhtyorsk and Russia’s Sakhalin region signed a cooperation agreement. Sakhalin governor Valery Limrenko arrived in the DPR on Wednesday; a batch of specialized machinery was handed over to the town.
In Svetlodarsk, all education centers re-registered in the DPR, the re-registration of cultural facilities will begin on Thursday; entrepreneurs are expected to join the process.
The lawyer of foreign mercenary Shaun Pinner who was sentenced to death in the Donetsk People’s Republic has lodged an appeal. The defense of two other mercenaries, Aiden Aslin and Saadun Brahim, will appeal shortly.
DPR Emergencies Ministry officers have inspected some 400 hectares of land and more than 1,100 buildings and structures in Mariupol. Over this period, engineers destroyed more than 35,500 explosive hazards.
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