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Donbas: Two Ukrainian servicemen wounded over 24 hours

Russian invaders used Minsk-banned heavy artillery and mortars
09:33, 14 June 2019

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On June 13, two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the combat zone in Donbas. Russian invaders opened fire on Ukrainian positions 29 times; that included the use of 152 mm artillery, which is banned by the Minsk agreements, and 82 mm mortars. The enemy also used grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms. The Joint Forces Operation HQ reported that Friday morning.

17 attacks were observed in Donetsk region. The occupants opened fire in Novoselivka II, Shyrokyne, Novotroitske, Novomykhailivka, Lebedynske, Talakivka, Berezove and Bohdanivka.

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12 ceasefire violations were reported in Luhansk region. The enemy used 152 mm artillery to shell Borovske. Grenade launcher fire was observed in Zaitsevo, Krymske, Pivdenne and Luhanske. 82 mm mines hit Zolote-4. 

One Russian militant was wounded in action; enemy truck and a D-30 howitzer were destroyed, as Ukrainian troops returned fire.

Since the beginning of the day, Joint Forces' positions came under fire twice. The attacks were reported to have taken place in Mariinka and Pivdenne.

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