Donbas war update: Ukrainian soldier killed, three injured in enemy shelling.

To suppress enemy fire, Ukrainian units applied non-proscribed weapons.

JFO Command

JFO Command

Russian occupation forces on June 27 violated the ceasefire 12 times, Joint Forces Operation Command reported in a morning update.

A Ukrainian military serviceman was killed in enemy shelling and another three soldiers were injured in action as the adversary employed 122 mm artillery systems, as well as 120 mm and 82 mm mortars – all banned from deployment along the contact line.

Also, the enemy fired grenade launchers of various types, anti-tank missile systems, heavy machine guns, and small arms.

To suppress enemy fire, Ukrainian units applied standard, non-proscribed weapons.

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From day-start on Sunday, Russian occupation forces violated the ceasefire once, firing 82 mm mortars at Ukraine defense positions near Myronovskiy.

Ukrainian troops have returned fire.

The Ukrainian side reported no losses on Sunday so far.

Earlier, Ukraine Command said a sapper was injured in an IED blast near Maryinka.

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