Donbas war update: Four attacks on Ukraine positions in last day.

Photo from UNIAN

Photo from UNIAN

Russian-controlled forces in Donbas four times violated the latest ceasefire agreement.

That's according to a morning update by the Joint Forces Operation Headquarters.

The enemy engaged Ukrainian positions near Maryinka, using a hand-held anti-tank grenade launcher, and near Maiorsk and Zaitseve – firing small arms.

Also, Ukraine Army's defense positions came under fire near Lomakine where the enemy employed an automatic easel grenade launcher.

"Since day-start on October 12, the enemy has fired several non-aiming shots, using a MANPAD and an under-barrel grenade launcher in the Avdiivka area. Enemy shots posed no threat to the lives and health of our soldiers, so they did not return fire," the message says.

No combat losses or injuries have been reported.

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Author: UNIAN

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