Новости Донбасса

Main News of Donbas: Frontline settlement wants to be under Ukrainian autority; One-million-dollar worth of equipment has been stolen in Luhansk

Main News of Donbas: Frontline settlement wants to be under Ukrainian autority; One-million-dollar worth of equipment has been stolen in Luhansk

Reports from the front

Millitants shelled Ukrainian strongholds from smalls arms, large-caliber machine-guns, and launchers near Zaytseve, Novhorodske, and Luhanske. ATO forces strongholds near Zaytseve were shelled from 82 and 120-mm mortars. Militants shelled Ukrainian Armed Forces strongholds from large-caliber machine-guns and grenade launchers near Maryinka and Novotroyitske.

Reports from the territory controlled by Ukraine

Residents of the settlement of Zhovanka near occupied Horlivka, the Donetsk region, are in a critical situation because of the closure of Mayorsk checkpoint, according to a DPTV correspondent. 200 people are living there under everyday shelling. They cannot leave for the towns nearby as the settlement is controlled by Ukrainian militaries, but the people are registered in occupied Horlivka. It means that if they want to leave Zhovanka or to come back to it, they need a permit, but the checkpoint is closed.

A citizen of Ukraine did not observe the rules trying to take his goods via checkpoint Novotroyitske. He offered 100 hryvnyas to the border guards for them to allow him to cross the demarcation line. The fact of bribing was registered and the man was transferred to Volnovakha police department, the Donetsk region.

Reports from the occupied territory

A “civil servant” of the “LPR” faction openly asked Russia for pay rise in the occupied cities and towns. Serhiy Zhevlakov, who was appoined “head of the administration“ of Stakhanov by “LPR”, gave the information away at a meeting of towns and districts heads with “LPR authorities”: he complained that the teachers can hardly live on the money they get and asked his colleagues to address the Russian Federation and ask for a pay rise for state workers. 

”Officers” of the so-called “LPR ministry of state secutiry” found the stolen equipment for mobile connection (worth one million dollars) in the warehouses of one of companies. They also identified all the thieves. A group of people who had been headed by one of Luhansk business structures director had dismantled the equipment for mobile connection stations, explained the “LPR” faction.

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