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Wednesday results in the occupied territories of Donbas. The highlights 12/16/2021 11:00:00. Total views 592. Views today — 0.

In the area of ​​the Joint Forces Operation on December 15, the armed formations of the Russian Federation recorded 3 ceasefire violations, 2 of which were with the use of weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements, - the JFO headquarters reported. The enemy fired from 82 mm mortars and anti-tank grenade launchers near Pervomayske. The occupiers fired from large-caliber machine guns in the direction of Luhanske. Russian mercenaries fired at our positions near Pisky with 82 mm mortars. There are no casualties among the military personnel of the Joint Forces as a result of the enemy actions. Ukrainian defenders opened fire in return without using weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements, which forced the enemy to stop shelling.

Occupation authorities of CADO declare their intention to supply the products of the Yenakiieve meat-packing plant to Russia. This was stated by a certain "chief veterinary inspector of the DNR", - separatist media wrote. "We have held negotiations with colleagues from Rosselkhoznadzor regarding the supply of sausage products. We have the Yenakiieve meat-packing plant, which, we hope, will soon make the first delivery to the Russian Federation", - the "chief inspector" said.

Occupation authorities of CADO recognized 453 cases of coronavirus infection and 16 more deaths over the past day. This was reported by the so-called "Ministry of Health of the DNR". "1615 studies were carried out on December 14, of which 316 cases of COVID-19 were identified and 137 patients were diagnosed clinically and epidemiologically. 64 cases of pneumonia were detected over the day, which is 9 cases more than in the previous day. 39 of them were hospitalized", - it was reported. The total number of cases of infection in the occupied territory of Donetsk oblast reached 115 222, 8816 people died due to complications of the infection. 3634 patients are undergoing inpatient and outpatient treatment.