The Joint Control and Coordination Centre released some details of the recent attack on Zalizne, Donetsk region, which ended up in injuries for two civilians. The press service of the Joint Forces Operation posted this on Facebook.
On June 28, the Centre's observers documented the fact of the attack on a residential neighborhood in Zalizne. Specifically, 82 mm mines hit the civilian infrastructrue objects at about 4 p.m. on June 27. Two civilians sustained fragmentary wounds and were taken to a hospital in Toretsk, Donetsk region. Both are in moderately grave condition now.
As we reported, over the past 24 hours, illegal armed units of Russian mercenaries opened fire, attacking positions of Ukrainian government forces in Donbas. In nine cases, the enemy used heavy weaponry, including cannons, mortars and tanks, all of which are banned by the respective provisions of the Minsk agreement. The attacks resulted in deaths of four Ukrainian servicemen and combat injuries of two more fighters.
In Luhansk region, the enemy shelled Novotoshkivske, firing from a tank, IFVs, mortars and automatic grenalde launchers. Combat activity was also observed near Svitlodarsk and Novozvanivka.