That’s according to the Joint Forces Operation HQ press center, Ukrinform reports.
"Over the past 24 hours, on August 10, sixteen ceasefire violations were recorded in the Joint Forces Operation zone," the statement said.
Near Vodiane, in the Sea of Azov littoral, the invaders fired three times at the positions of our defenders, employing 122mm artillery systems, 82mm mortars, and small arms.
Also, Russian mercenaries shelled the settlement of Vodiane from 122mm artillery and 82mm mortars, destroying private households. Fortunately, the attack brought no civilian casualties.
The enemy was also firing toward Nevelske, using heavy automatic grenade launchers, large-calibe machine guns, and small arms.
Near Maryinka, Russian mercenaries fired at Ukrainian positions with anti-tank missiles.
Near New York, the enemy fired twice using 122mm artillery systems and 120caliber mortars.
In the area of Katerynivka, Russian invaders twice fired at Ukrainian positions employing heavy automatic grenade launchers and MANPADs, as well as large-caliber machine guns and small arms.
Toward Pisky, the enemy twice used easel and anti-tank grenade launchers.
Near Novo’oleksandrivka, Russian-controlled armed groups twice fired on the positions of Ukrainian defenders with heavy automatic grenade launchers and MANPADs, as well as large-caliber machine guns and small arms.
Outside Luhanske, the enemy fired easel anti-tank grenades.
Not far from Novoluhanske, Ukrainian soldiers came under fire of automatic easel grenade launchers.
As a result of enemy shelling, three servicemen sustained shrapnel wounds.
One of the wounded soldiers later died at the hospital. Two other soldiers are undergoing treatment at a medical facility, remaining in satisfactory condition.
As of 7:00 Kyiv time on August 11, a single ceasefire violation has been reported since midnight.
Near Novomyzailivka, the invaders employed 122mm artillery systems.
The attack brought no combat losses.
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