Two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the combat zone of Donbas on December 11. The Joint Forces Operation HQ reported this on Facebook on Tuesday evening.
Over the past 24 hours, the Russian occupant forces violated the ceasefire ten times.
The enemy continues to use the Minsk-banned weapons.
Hostile troops opened fire from 82 mm mortars, hitting Opytne in Donetsk region. The Russian occupants also used grenade launchers and small arms to attack Zaitsevo, Mariinka, Krasnohorivka, Nevelske, Slavne, Pivnichne and Chermalyk.
Earlier, 112 International reported that since Monday afternoon, the Russian mercenaries attacked the outposts of the Ukrainian military 12 times. Colonel Dmytro Hutsulyak, the Defence Ministry spokesman said this at a briefing.
The enemy used Minsk-banned weapons four times. Specifically, 82 mm mines hit Zaitsevo and Vilny farmstead. Several 120 mm mines hot the outposts near Novooleksandrivka (all in Luhansk region). The hostile troops also fired grenade launchers and heavy machine guns in these areas.
In Donetsk region, the pro-Kremlin bandits fired eight times. An enemy sniper opened fire in Opytne; mercenaries used small arms, grenade launchers and machine guns to attack Berezove, Chermalyk, Pisky, Nevelske, Mariinka, Opytne and Butivka coal mine. 82 mm mines hit Butivka, and 120 mm mine explosions were observed near Pisky.