Donbas war update: Attacks on Ukrainian positions grow to nine on Feb 9.

No attacks have been reported since Monday midnight.

Photo from UNIAN

Photo from UNIAN

The number of Russian-led forces' attacks on Ukrainian positions in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, grew to nine on Sunday, February 9.

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"The enemy shelled our positions, using proscribed 152mm and 122mm artillery systems, 120mm and 82mm mortars, as well as grenade launchers of various types, heavy machine guns, and small arms," the press center of the Joint Forces Operation Headquarters said on Facebook in a morning update on Monday, February 10.

Under attack were Ukrainian positions near the villages of Lebedynske, Starohnativka, Novoluhanske, Novozvanivka, and Orikhove.

One Ukrainian soldier was wounded amid shelling on February 9.

No enemy attacks were reported from 00:00 to 07:00 Kyiv time on February 10.

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