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24 hours in Donbas: 32 attacks on Ukrainian positions, three wounded

The enemy used 122-mm artillery and mortars, banned by Minsk agreements
09:56, 11 June 2018

Facebook ATO press center

Over the past 24 hours, Russian mercenaries shelled Ukrainian positions 32 times, which resulted in combat injuries for three Ukrainian servicemen.

According to the press service of the joint forces operation, the enemy used 82 and 120 mm mortars seven times. The most intense combat action was observed in Novotoshkivske, Luhansk region; in Donetsk region, Opytne became the epicenter of combat action.

Ukrainian forces repelled tough attacks near Pavlopol, Vodyane, and Lebedynske (Donetsk region). 

According to Ukraine's military intelligence, one Russian mercenary deceased and another three were wounded over the mentioned period.

Since Monday morning, the enemy launched attacks from 122 mm artillery systems, shelling Novotoshkivske. No casualties are observed, as of 7 a.m. Monday.

Related: Day in Donbas: Seven attacks of pro-Russian militants during the day

During Saturday, June 9, the situation in Donbas remained controlled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The militants opened fire 10 times, one Ukrainian military man was wounded. This is reported by the press center of the headquarters of the United Forces Operation in Facebook.

"The enemy violated the ceasefire 10 times, twice from the arms banned by the Minsk agreements, Russian-terrorist forces resorted to provocative shelling mainly on the Luhansk and Donetsk sectors," the report said.

According to information, the militants used small arms and grenade launchers in Novozvanovka, Krymske, Marinka, Pisky, Opytne, and Hnutove.

The fire from the 120-mm mortar was reported near Novotoshkivske and Novoselivka.

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