Ukraine reports 2 WIAs as militants use anti-tank assault weapons near Vodiane
Over the past day, Russian-occupation troops shelled positions of Ukrainian defenders 47 times, including with the use of anti-tank assault weapons.
"In the Luhansk direction, the enemy fired from 122 mm artillery, banned by Minsk Agreements, at our fortifications near Prychepylivka, and from 82 mm mortars – in the area of Novozvanivka," the press center of the Ukrainian forces wrote on Facebook.
Besides, the aggressor employed 82 mm mortars, grenade launchers of various systems, and anti-aircraft guns against the defenders of Novhorodske, and small arms - twice against those defending Stanytsia Luhanska," the press center noted.
In the Donetsk direction, occupiers shelled the defenders of Avdiyivka and Butivka coal mine from 82 mm mortars, grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms.
Read alsoOSCE reports attempts by armed formations in Donbas to relocate monitors' cars for inspection"Also, various types of infantry weapons – grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms – were fired at our strongpoints near Vodiane, Maryinka, Krasnohorivka, Pavlopil, Opytne, Kamianka, Shyrokyne, Pisky, Nevelske and Lebedynske. In the area of Vodiane, the aggressor employed an anti-tank missile system," the press center said.
As a result of enemy attacks, one Ukrainian soldier was wounded and another one sustained combat injuries. The two servicemen were evacuated to hospitals to receive medical assistance.