Russian proxy forces violate ceasefire in Donbas three times in past 24 hours, Ukraine reports
Over the past day, the militants that are part of Russian occupation forces in the Donbas warzone three times violated the ceasefire agreement, the press center of the Joint Forces Operation wrote on Facebook Saturday morning.
Ukraine has not recorded any incidents with the use of weapons banned by Minsk accords.
"Over the past day, no soldiers of the Joint Forces were wounded," the Headquarters reported.
"The strongholds of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were fired upon from grenade launchers of various systems, large-caliber machine guns, and small arms near the Vilnyi village on the Luhansk line and twice –outside the village of Vodiane on the Mariupol line," reads the statement.
"In response to enemy provocations, units of the Joint Forces returned fire," the headquarters stressed.
From day-start, the enemy did not open fire.
According to Ukrainian intelligence, two militants were killed and one was wounded.