On June 11, pro-Kremlin armed gangs of militants attacked Ukrainian positions eight times. They used 82 and 120 mm mortars that are banned by Minsk agreements, as well as drones, grenade launchers of various systems, sniper rifles, and small arms. Ukraine's Ministry of Defense reported this on Thursday evening.
In the Donetsk region, 82 mm mines hit the vicinities of Hnutove. The enemy fired mortars and grenade launchers in their attacks on Mariinka. A drone dropped a rocket-propelled grenade on Ukrainian positions near Pavlopil. The hostile sniper opened fire near Chermalyk. Hostile forces fired small arms and grenade launchers in the vicinities of Novotroitske.
In the Luhansk region, the enemy used 120 mm mortars, grenade launchers, and heavy machine guns to shell Orikhove. 82 mm mortars were used in the attack on Khutir Vilny.
Ukrainian military units returned fire every time, repelling enemy attacks.
Three Ukrainian fighters were wounded in action over the day. The enemy casualties are being specified.