The situation in the area of the Joint Forces Operation remains under control, but on Monday, October 12, seven violations of the ceasefire regime by the armed formations of the Russian Federation were recorded in the areas of responsibility of Ukrainian units. About it reported on Facebook at the headquarters of the Joint Forces on Tuesday, October 13.
It is noted that from the beginning of Monday, and then in the evening, the enemy fired from grenade launchers of various systems and small arms near Avdeevka.
“In the area not far from the settlement of the Major – from an automatic heavy grenade launcher and small arms. With single shots from an automatic heavy grenade launcher, the enemy provoked our defenders near Novolugansk, and twice – near the village of Kamyshevakha. In addition, non-aimed shots from small arms were recorded in the area Nut “, – the message says.
It is noted that there were no combat losses or injuries among the Ukrainian defenders.
Since the beginning of Tuesday, October 13, the occupants in Donbass once violated the ceasefire.
“Near the settlement of Zaitsevo, three separate shots from a hand-held anti-tank grenade launcher were recorded. The Ukrainian servicemen did not use weapons in response to the fire provocation of the enemy,” the Ukrainian military said.
From 00:01 Monday, July 27, in the area of operation of the Joint Forces began to operate complete and comprehensive ceasefire agreed by the participants of the Trilateral Contact Group on July 22.
The Kremlin refused to guarantee compliance with the silence militants, once again stating that Russia is allegedly not a party to the conflict.
On 13 august an army car was blown up in Sands and one Ukrainian serviceman was killed , the second was hospitalized with serious injuries.
On 25 August an enemy anti-personnel mine the battalion commander and sergeant of the marine corps were blown up … Both fighters were wounded by shrapnel.
On September 6, the Joint Forces suffered the heaviest losses since the beginning of the truce: three Ukrainian soldiers were killed and three more were wounded.
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