Two Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in action in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, on November 3.
"Two members of the Joint Forces have been wounded in hostilities," the Joint Forces Operation's press service said on Facebook in its update as of 18:00 Kyiv time on October 31.
During the day, Russian-led forces mounted 11 attacks on Ukrainian positions, they resorted to proscribed weapons one time.
The enemy opened aimed fire from grenade launchers, weapons of infantry fighting vehicles, heavy machine guns and small arms. The Russian occupation forces also resorted to 82mm mortars to shell the Ukrainian positions near the village of Pisky.
What is more, Ukrainian army units stationed near the towns of Zolote, Maryinka and Krasnohorivka, and the villages of Shumy, Pervomaiske, Bohdanivka, Vodiane, and Shyrokyne were under fire.
Commanders of the units took drastic measures to suppress enemy fire, the press service said.
The situation in the zone of the Joint Forces Operation remains under control of Ukrainian troops.