Day in Donbas: 14 attacks, two Ukrainian servicemen and one civilian wounded

Source : 112 Ukraine

Not far from Zolote-4, Russian occupants opened fire from 82-caliber mortars
23:56, 2 April 2021

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On April 2, pro-Kremlin illegal armed units shelled Ukrainian positions in Donbas 14 times. Two Ukrainian servicemen were injured in action, Joint Forces Operation HQ reports.

Not far from Zolote-4, Russian occupants opened fire from 82-caliber mortars, and near Svitlodarsk and Novotoshkivske they used large-caliber machine guns and grenade launchers of various systems.

The enemy attacked Ukrainian military emplacements in Pyschevyk, Krasnohorivka and Hnutove, they opened fire from 120 mm mortars, grenade launchers of various systems and heavy machine guns. Near Opytne the militants fired from an anti-tank missile system.

Related: Ukraine wants to introduce adviser for communication with occupied Donbas to Trilateral Contact Group

As a result of enemy shelling, two Ukrainian soldiers were injured. The servicemen were promptly provided with the necessary medical assistance.

Also in the area of the village of Krasnohorivka, the enemy fired at civilian infrastructure, as a result of which one civilian received a shrapnel wound. The victim was taken to a medical facility.

As we reported earlier, the President of the United States Joe Biden and the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky had their first telephone conversation. During the conversation, the leaders discussed the situation in Donbas, the fight against corruption in Ukraine and the coronavirus pandemic. This was reported by the press service of the White House.

"President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. spoke today to President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine," it is reported.

During the conversation, President Biden affirmed the United States’ unwavering support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in the face of Russia’s ongoing aggression in the Donbas and Crimea

Related: Ukrainian serviceman wounded in Donbas combat zone

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