Donetsk, Aug 5 — DAN. Ukrainian forces fired roughly 340 shells on the DPR on Friday. DAN presents its evening news summary.
Here are the key events so far on Friday, August 5.
Fighting and victims
The enemy used MLRS, artillery, and mortars to target Donetsk, Yasinovataya, Gorlovka, and neighbouring townships.
One civilian has been killed, at least 15 others sustained injuries, including two children.
A maternity ward of the Donetsk Hospital No.17 and the Donetsk Railway Station sustained hits, as well as a number of residential houses.
The mopping-up of Peski has been finalized, the coalition forces gained control over most of Maryinka. Fighting is ongoing in urban areas of Artyomovsk, while Gladosovo has been fully liberated.
The Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia has been established in Donetsk, it joins several territorial departments located in liberated cities of Donbass and Ukraine.
A humanitarian cargo of 97 tons total weight, including immunobiological and medical items, has arrived in the DPR from Russia, the DPR Ministry of Health said.
The first batch of equipment handed over to the Republic as part of leasing agreements has been transferred to an agricultural enterprise in Torez.
Engineers have restored power supply to the Verkhnekalmiusskaya water treatment plant that was cut off by a shelling few days ago.
The Art-Donbass museum has reached an agreement on cooperation with Penza museums.
Three major agricultural enterprises are to resume operations in the liberated territories of the DPR, the Ministry of Agriculture said.
DPR residents have come back from the Territory of Meanings youth forum in Russia that focused on Russian national political strategy. *ot