Russian-controlled troops in the zone of the Joint Forces Operation 12 times violated ceasefire, resulting in a Ukrainian military serviceman being wounded in the shelling.

That's according to a morning update by the JFO HQ press center.

"Our defenders returned fire to enemy shelling," the report says.

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Through the established coordination mechanism, Ukrainian officials have informed the OSCE monitors of the violations committed by invaders.

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As a result of enemy shelling, one member of the Joint Forces was injured.

"The soldier was promptly provided with medical assistance and rushed to a hospital. The wounded man is in a severely moderate condition," the HQ said.

Shelling incidents in Donbas on June 10

Over the past day, the following ceasefire breaches were recorded:

  • Near Shumy (82 mm mortars);
  • Outside Novhorodske (heavy anti-tank grenade launchers and heavy machine guns);
  • In the area of ​​Prysepylivka (hand-held anti-tank and automatic heavy-duty grenade launchers, large-caliber machine guns, and small arms);
  • Outside Vodiane, in the Azov littoral (four times – heavy anti-tank, hand-held anti-tank, under-barrel grenade launchers, as well as small arms);
  • Near Vodiane, near Donetsk (heavy anti-tank grenade launchers);
  • Near Starohnativka (under-barrel grenade launchers, large-caliber machine guns, and small arms);
  • Toward Luhanske (twice – heavy anti-tank, light anti-tank, automatic heavy grenade launchers, as well as heavy machine guns); and
  • In the proximity of Pisky (small arms).

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As of 7:00 Kyiv time, two ceasefire violations were recorded.

In particular, by Vodiane near Donetsk, the enemy opened fire using 82 mm mortars. Also, in the direction of Op[ytne, hand-held anti-tank grenade launchers engaged.