Two Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in action in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, on February 6.
"Two Ukrainian soldiers have received wounds as a result of enemy shelling," the press center of the Ukrainian Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters said in an update as of 18:00 Kyiv time on Tuesday, February 6.
Read alsoRussian-led occupation forces in Donbas attack UA troops 4 times, employ heavy mortars in last day Russia's occupation forces continued shelling Ukrainian positions on that day, in most cases they were using weapons that should have been withdrawn from the contact line long ago, it said.
In the Luhansk sector, the enemy used 120mm and 82mm mortars not far from the village of Novozvanivka. The defenders of the village of Troyitske came under fire from 120mm mortars, an anti-aircraft system and large-caliber machine guns. Large-caliber machine guns were engaged to attack ATO positions near the village of Novo-Oleksandrivka.
In Donetsk region, the occupation forces flagrantly violated the Minsk agreements, having lobbed fifteen 120mm shells into areas near the village of Shyrokyne where the Ukrainian troops are stationed.
In addition, they opened fire on Ukrainian soldiers near the village of Vodiane, using small arms.
Five attacks on the Ukrainian army have been recorded since the beginning of the day.