"The enemy fired at our positions with 122-mm caliber artillery systems, 120-mm and 82-mm mortars, which are prohibited by Minsk agreements, as well as grenade and rocket launchers, large-caliber machine guns and small arms ... Today, on January 10, one Joint Forces serviceman was injured due to the enemy shellings," the report said.
Occupants carried out five shellings in Donetsk region, one - in Luhansk.
As we reported earlier, St. Petersburg clinic owned by Sogaz insurance company, which is managed and partially owned by people associated with Vladimir Putin, treats wounded fighters of Wagner private military company (PMC). Reuters informed about this, citing its sources.
“The medical care of Russian private military specialists wounded abroad, mainly in Syria and Libya, shows that mercenaries receive indirect support from the Russian elite, although the Kremlin has denied that they are fighting at the orders of the Russian authorities,” the report said.