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MOSCOW, June 22. /TASS/. Ukraine's self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic Defense Ministry has reported 13 ceasefire violations committed by the government forces over the past 24 hours.
The LPR Defense Ministry told the local LuganskInformCenter news agency on Wednesday that еhe Ukrainian army five times had shelled the LPR positions from the Stanitsa Luganskaya area, using 82 mm caliber mortars and small arms. The Kalinovo settlement was shelled two times from the Troitskoye and Novozvanovka settlement areas. Also, the Ukrainian side fired from a light anti-tank grenade launcher from the Troitskoye area on the LPR positions near that settlement. The Orekhovo settlement came under small arms fire opened from the Golubovskoye settlement area, and from the Novotoshkovskoye settlement area the Ukrainian military shelled the Donetsky settlement area. The Kalinovka settlement area was fired at from the Luganskoye settlement, and Kiev’s forces also opened fire from the Sizoye settlement area on the Khryashchevka settlement, the agency said.
"There have been no casualties," the LPR people’s militia said.