Ukraine reports 1KIA, 1WIA as Russian proxies engage Ukrainian troops from banned mortars
On Monday, Feb 25, occupation troops in eastern Ukraine six times fired at the positions of Ukrainian forces, while three times using weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements.
One Ukrainian military was killed in the shelling and another one was wounded.
According to the report by the Joint Forces Operation HQ, the enemy launched eighty-five 122mm and 120mm shells and mines.
In the zone of responsibility of the "Skhid" [East] Operational-Tactical Grouping, Russian proxies fired 122mm artillery shells and 120mm mortar mines in the area of the Lebedynske, and 120mm mortar mines – near the village of Vodiane.
In the "Pivnich" [North] Operational-Tactical Grouping's zone, the enemy used small arms and sniper rifles in the area of Khutir Vilniy, Novo-oleksandrivka, and Novhorodske; as well as manual and automatic mounted grenade launchers, and small arms – near the settlement of Novotoshkivske.
Ukrainian units that came under attack returned fire using weapons beyond the Minsk agreements' black list.
The reports on enemy losses are being verified.