On Thursday, February 7, Russian mercenaries attacked Ukrainian positions in Donbas six times. None of the servicemen of the government troops were wounded or killed in action.
The enemy used Minsk-banned 120 mm and 82 mm mortars to shell Troitske.
In Vodyane, the militants opened fire from grenade launchers, heavy machineguns and small arms. Rocket-propelled grenades hit the outposts near Pyshchevyk.
In Krymske, the occupants fired automatic grenade launchers and small arms.
The Ukrainian military returned fire to suppress the enemy activity. The intelligence reported that one enemy soldier was killed, and another three were wounded in action.
The militants have not opened fire since the beginning of the day.
Earlier, Ukraine's State Border Guard reported that the servicemen of the Joint Forces and the boat crews of the Ukrainian Navy held drills in the Sea of Azov on the response to the hostile attack from the sea.
According to the legend of the drills, a vessel-violator performed the dangerous maneuvers at high speed and tried to approach the coast for the assumed boarding of the diversion group. The crews successfully repelled the aggressive act.