Occupiers launch eight attacks on Ukrainian troops in JFO area.

Over the past day, June 14, eight ceasefire violations by the Russian-occupation troops were recorded in the Joint Forces Operation area in eastern Ukraine.

"In particular, the enemy opened fire from under-barrel grenade launchers and small arms near Novotoshkivske (53km west of Luhansk); tripod-mounted man-portable antitank guns, grenade machine guns, hand-held antitank grenade launchers, and heavy machine guns – outside Vodiane in the Sea of Azov area; tripod-mounted man-portable antitank guns, grenade machine guns, and heavy machine guns – near Pavlopil (25km north-west of Mariupol); grenade machine guns, hand-held antitank grenade launchers, and heavy machine guns – outside Luhanske (59km north-east of Donetsk)," the press center of the JFO Headquarters informs.

In the north of Luhansk region, an enemy Orlan-10-class UAV was seen to fly crossing the line of contact. The drone was timely suppressed with radio-electronic warfare equipment.

There are no combat losses among the Ukrainian military due to enemy shelling.

Two servicemen received shrapnel wounds in an unknown explosive device blast.

As of 07:00 on June 15, one ceasefire violation was recorded.

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