Russian occupation forces on August 30 continued to violate the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine's Donbas by opening provocative fire in the direction of Joint Forces' defense positions.
That's per the morning update by the JFO Command on Facebook.
Outside Maryinka, the enemy employed small arms, firing several shots. In the same sector of the front, they used a man-portable anti-tank grenade launcher to remotely plant a POM-2 anti-personnel mine.
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Over the past day, two enemy violations of the truce were recorded, which "posed no threat" to Ukrainian troops so Joint Forces did not return fire.
No combat casualties were reported in the past 24 hours.
Donbas truce: background
The latest full and comprehensive ceasefire has been operating on the contact line in the zone of the Joint Forces Operation in Donbas since July 27.
Russian invaders have been provoking Ukrainian troops by random gunfire, while no heavy artillery shelling has been reported in the warzone.