Russian occupation forces open fire on Ukrainian positions 18 times, wounding two soldiers
Russia-led occupation forces over the past day opened fire 14 times on Ukrainian army positions, wounding two soldiers, the press center of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) has said.
"Russian occupation forces opened fire 14 times on the positions of our troops. At the same time, the enemy used weapons banned by the Minsk agreements four times. As a result of the hostilities, two JFO soldiers were injured," JFO HQ said on Facebook on November 29 morning.
Enemy formations fired from grenade launchers, large-calibre machine guns and small arms at Ukrainian positions in the areas of settlements of Stanytsia Luhanska, Krymske, Zolote, Shumy, Novhorodske, Pisky, Maryinka, Krasnohorivka, Pavlopil and Hnutove.
Ukrainian intelligence said four enemy combatants were killed in the fighting.