Violence killed many civilians, as Ukraine faces debt crisis worsen by conflict.
Ukraine crisis affected many civilians in the country, latest fighting in city of Mariupol, Sea of Azov, town of Horlivka, north-east of Donetsk. Death toll rises by shelling, Sunday night, created fear among other affected area.
Hostilities between government forces and Russian-backed upsurge. Ukraine crisis killed at least 10 people, Russia warned that Kiev could possibly be preparing for a fresh offensive, with violations started small-arms fire to covert infiltration to the heavy shelling.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated “We’re alarmed by the developments in recent days, which very strongly remind us of preparations for another round of combat operations,” accused Kiev for the violence.
Fresh violence returned to the area as pro-Russian rebels, 3 June 2015, launched offensive on the city involving 1,000 fighters, tanks and heavy artillery. Recently, Kiev’s pro-Western forces fighting the rebels in order to control highway linking Donetsk with Mariupol.
Ukrainian military claimed, forces repelled a large separatist attack on Starohnativka, village of Mariupol, prompting Oleksandr Turchynov. Head of the country’s security and defence counsel warn imminent separatist offensive.
European Commission spokeswoman Catherine Ray told reporters in issue of Ukraine crisis, “We really strongly condemn this escalation of fighting and we call all sides to cease it and to observe the ceasefire.”
Since April 2004 pro-Russian rebels captured several towns in Donetsk Oblast including Marinka and Ukrainian forces recaptured control of Marinka from pro-Russian militants in August 2014. The Pro-Russian rebels accused Ukrainian troops of using their positions in Marinka to shell Donetsk, however denied by Ukrainian military. The city shelled on a regular basis Ukrainian troops returning fire, forces involved in the recapture included the Azov Battalion. IMAGE/REUTERS