On May 28, Russian mercenaries landed seven attacks on Ukrainian positions in Donbas. As a result of the shelling, a Ukrainian soldier was wounded. Press office of the Joint Forces Operation HQ reported that on Friday evening.
Not far from Avdiivka, the militants opened fire from 82-caliber mortars, near Vodyane - from hand-held anti-tank and under-barrel grenade launchers. Near Hranitne, the enemy fired from large-caliber machine guns.
In the vicinities of Prychepylivka, the occupants opened fire from heavy machine guns and heavy anti-tank grenade launchers, and near Pavlopil - from anti-tank missile systems. In addition, the militants used small arms not far from Pisky.
As a result of the shelling, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded. His health condition is satisfactory.
Meanwhile, Russia may ban OSCE monitors from its border with Ukraine in two months. It was reported by journalist Rikard Jozwiak on his Twitter page.
"Russia refuses to prolong the OSCE's border observation mission on the Ukrainian-Russian border for longer than 2 months," Jozwiak wrote.
"Normally its a 4 months extension," the journalist reported, adding that there is "high risk that the mission will be closed down on 31 July."