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Wednesday results in the occupied territories of Donbass. The highlights 07/26/2018 10:52:15. Total views 127. Views today — 0.

The militants shelled the JFO positions six times on July 25, according to the message of JFO press office. The occupants were conducting aimed shell of JFO positions in the areas of Avdiivka, Pisky, Opytne, Lebedynske and Stanytsia Luhanska generally from heavy machine guns and small arms. Furthermore, the militants shelled the defenders of Pisky from 120mm mortar. As a result of the hostilities, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded.

A 17-year-old boy and an 18-year-old girl died in the occupied Horlivka, presumably because of a mine explosion. This was reported in the Telegram channel by the so-called "acting head of the administration" of Horlivka, Ivan Prikhodko. "In Michurina village, two kids were killed in the area of ​​the cemetery. Approximately, the reason was mine explosion", - he wrote.

In the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, the Russian occupation command continues to conduct activities aimed at forming a "mobilization reserve". This was reported on Facebook by the coordinator of the Information Resistance Dmytro Tymchuk. According to him, "military enlistment offices" carried out a massive check of the data among the male population aged 18 to 55 years. At the same time, the population is informed about "criminal liability for evading military service”.

Ukrainian security forces detained the "LNR" militant in Shchastia, who was going to visit his relatives.

The so-called "Prosecutor General's Office" of the "LNR" reported the punishment of a resident of the occupied Dolzhansk for "insulting a representative of the authorities". "The Prosecutor General's Office" stated that the man "being in a state of alcoholic intoxication in the presence of citizens, deliberately, publicly, defiantly and cynically offended the LNR officers, who were performing their duties, with the usage of obscene language". For this "offense", the man "was punished by a court in the form of a fine (in the amount of 5 minimum wages), which corresponds to $225".