According to Head of the Luhansk Military and Civil Administration George Tuka, the village of Stanytsia Luhanska came under night fire by terrorists.
“Late in the evening, Stanytsia Luhanska came under fire again: grenade launchers, small arms ... no casualties,” George Tuka twitted.
He also added that due to a sharp deterioration of situation, the regional checkpoints will be temporarily shut down.
“Checkpoints are not opened,” Tuka summed.
Earlier, the Head of the Luhansk Military and Civil Administration did not rule out the shutdown of all checkpoints in Ukrainian-controlled territory due renewed attacks of militants.
The press office said that the situation has deteriorated on April 4. The terrorists periodically fired on Stanytsia Luhanska in the area of New Bridge and the pedestrian crossing.
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