Sniper wounds Ukrainian serviceman in Donbas – JFO

Russia-led armed groups in the area of Joint Forces Operation (JFO) have broken ceasefire near Verkhniotoretske, JFO reported on Facebook.

As reported, the Ukrainian serviceman was injured following the sniper attack. He received a medical aid and was evacuated to the medical establishment.

The JFO opened fire in response using available firearms. Losses of the opponent are specified.

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