Dmitry Tymchuk: Military Updates, 11/21

information_resistance_logo_engDmitry Tymchuk, Head of the Center for Military and Political Research, Coordinator of the Information Resistance group
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Operational data from Information Resistance:

Over the past day, ATO forces’ positions were fired on by Russian-terrorist troops about 40 times. There were 18 recorded attacks on the Donetsk direction, 10 each – on Debaltseve and Luhansk. 

The most intense situation remained near the airport in Donetsk, and near the settlements of Avdiivka, Debaltseve, Nikishyne, Ridkodub, and Shchastya.

Tonight from the locality of Gukovo (RF) a convoy of 3 tanks entered into Ukraine and 5 faulty armored vehicles were taken in the opposite direction.

In the district of Faschivka, in response to insurgent fire, Ukrainian artillery return fire destroyed several insurgent mortar detachments. The terrorists left the dead insurgents in the nearest forest belt, the wounded were taken to Alchevsk and Chervonyi Luch.

In Horlivka, at the firing positions, 1 insurgent SAU [self-propelled artillery unit] detonated (122-mm 2S1 “Carnation”). The cause of the explosion is currently unknown.

Near the settlement of Dokuchajevsk, Russian-terrorist troops launched a new artillery group which is targeting both the positions of Ukrainian troops and residential areas.

About 10 gun mounts were transferred to the terrorist-fortified area near the settlement of Mykolaivka (Stanytsia Luhansk region). The terrorists managed to put a few artillery strikes onto the positions of Ukrainian troops and local settlements. Artillery of the  Armed Forces of Ukraine returned fire on a number of enemy firing points who were silenced.

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB

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