No Ukrainian troops were killed in action in the zone of the military operation in Donbas in the past 24 hours, but two servicemen were wounded after striking explosive devices, Andriy Lysenko, an official with the Ukrainian presidential administration, has reported.
"No Ukrainian troops were killed or wounded in action in the past 24 hours," Lysenko told a briefing in Kyiv on Friday.
He said two servicemen who were guarding the frontline territory in the area of Horlivka struck explosive devices.
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Lysenko added that the enemy had breached the ceasefire regime on the Luhansk track (in the Krymsk and Popasna districts) three times.
On the Donetsk track, two attacks were registered in the Avdiyivka industrial zone. "Both attacks lasted almost two hours. Fire was opened from the side of Yasynuvata. The enemy first used 82mm and 120mm mortars (over twenty mines were launched)," Lysenko said.
He said five attacks were registered on the Mariupol track, including three mortar attacks. Specifically, the enemy opened fire on Novotroitske and Shyrokyne.