Five Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in action amid the Ukrainian-Russian war in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, on September 2.
"Bluntly disregarding the conditions of the 'back-to-school' truce, the enemy opened aimed fire from grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms on defenders of the villages of Kamyanka and Pivdenne," the Joint Forces Operation headquarters said on Facebook on Sunday, September 2, in an update covering the period from 07:00 to 18:00 Kyiv time. "Unfortunately, five members of the Joint Forces were injured in shelling from automatic grenade launchers."
In total, Russian-led forces mounted three attacks on the Ukrainian army on September 2.
According to intelligence, two enemy troops were killed and four were wounded on that day.