Ukraine's army fired back, using allowed weapons / Photo from UNIAN

Two Ukrainian soldiers were wounded amid 10 enemy attacks in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, on Saturday, February 2.

In one of the attacks, Russian-led forces used proscribed weapons, the press center of Ukraine's Joint Forces Operation (JFO) said on Facebook in a morning update on February 3.

In particular, in the Skhid (East) sector, grenade launchers of various systems were used near the village of Hnutove, large-caliber machine guns near Hnutove and the town of Krasnohorivka, and small arms near Hnutove and the village of Shyrokyne.

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Russia's hybrid military forces shelled Ukrainian positions in the Pivnich (North) sector, using automatic grenade launchers and large-caliber machine guns near the village of Khutir Vilny. Near the village of Luhanske, they mounted three attacks with 82mm mortars, cannons of an infantry fighting vehicle, and small arms. Large-caliber machine-guns were used near the village of Krymske and automatic grenade launchers were used near the village of Travneve twice along with large-caliber machine-guns.

The Ukrainian army suppressed the enemy's fire, employing allowed weapons.

According to intelligence reports, two enemy troops were killed and another four were wounded on February 2.

Since Sunday midnight, Russian-led forces have not opened fire yet.