Ukrainian servicemen on border in Luhansk region shelled from territory of Russia, no one hurt
Ukrainian military servicemen who guarded the state border of Ukraine were fired at from small arms from the direction of the Russian town of Ushakovka, the press center of the ATO headquarters reported.
"Today, at around 12:30, a provocative shelling from small arms was carried out from the area of the town of Ushakovka settlement, the Russian Federation, in the direction of the units guarding the state border of Ukraine. No servicemen were injured. The fire was not returned," reads the statement posted on the page of the press center of the ATO headquarters on Facebook.
The headquarters said the shelling from the adjacent territory seriously violates the state border regime and endangers lives of military personnel.
Ushakovka is a farmstead in the Tarasovsky district of the Rostov region, the administrative center of the Voikovo rural area.