On May 12, Russian mercenaries landed three attacks on Ukrainian positions in Donbas. That resulted in combat injuries for a Ukrainian military serviceman. Ukraine's Defense Ministry reported that on Tuesday evening.
The occupants used 120 mm mortars, as well as grenade launchers, heavy machine guns, and small arms.
In the Luhansk region, the enemy opened fire in Krymske (twice).
One ceasefire violation took place in the Donetsk region, as the Russian militants attacked Opytne.
Earlier, we reported that Ukraine has successfully tested Vilkha-M and Neptune missile systems, as well as of Typhoon-1 multiple rocket launchers. The video of the tests was published by the press service of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry.
"Last week the new stage of testing on Vilkha M and Neptune missile systems, as well as on Typhoon-1 multiple rocket launchers was conducted. Soon missile weapons may become the main tool in deterring Russian aggression," the message reads.
It is noted that one of the expected results is the adoption of a new Neptune anti-ship complex for armament and supply to the Ukrainian Navy. The power of one cruise missile is enough to destroy a ship with a displacement of five thousand tons.