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Two Ukrainian servicemen injured in Donbas combat zone

Over the past 24 hours, Russian-backed militants performed 18 adjusted attacks using heavy weapons
15:26, 27 November 2018

Ministry of Defence of Ukraine

November 27, no attacks were performed in Donbas combat zone. Over the past 24 hours, the militants performed 18 adjusted attacks using heavy weapons. Two Ukrainian soldiers were injured as a result, as Maksym Prauta, the Spokesperson of Ukraine’s Defence Ministry, said at the briefing.

In Luhansk sector, the enemy performed seven adjusted fire attacks, three of which were conducted from Zolote-6 at the positions of the Joint Forces not far from Vilny Khutir. The militants used grenade launchers of various systems and large-caliber guns, and 82mm mortars twice.

The occupants used the same weapons while attacking our defense works near Luhanske.

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Since 7 am, the militants were shooting at our positions near Malynove using 120mm mortars, anti-tank, and automatic grenade launchers.

Besides, the Russian occupation troops were shooting at the defenders of Pivdenne from automatic grenades and heavy machine guns. The militants violated ceasefire near Stanytsia Luhanska later on that day.

In Donetsk sector, the enemy performed 11 adjusted attacks using 82mm mortars.

Related: Russia accuses Ukraine of preparation provocations with chemical weapons in Donbas

In particular, seven shells exploded near Opytne and seven – near Hnutove, another one – near Vodyane.

The enemy shot at the defense works of the Joint Forces units near these settlements, and Kransnohorivka, Shyrokyne, Verkhnyotoretsk and Pavlopil from grenade launchers, heavy machine guns, and small arms.

The Armed Forces units opened fire in response ten times.

Related: Military units of Donbas occupied territories placed on high alert

It is noted that the situation in Donbas combat zone is under the control of the Ukrainian military.

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