Occupiers open fire near two populated localities, one Ukrainian soldier injured

Occupiers open fire near two populated localities, one Ukrainian soldier injured

Ukrinform
Over the past day, September 3, one ceasefire violation by the armed formations of the Russian Federation was recorded in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in eastern Ukraine.

“In the past 24 hours, one ceasefire violation was recorded in the Joint Forces Operation area,” the JFO press center posted on Facebook.

Near Katerynivka, the enemy used hand-held anti-tank and easel automatic grenade launchers, and large-caliber machine guns.

There have been no combat losses among Ukrainian soldiers over the past day.

As of 7 a.m. on September 4, one ceasefire violation was recorded.

In the direction of Starohnativka, the armed formations of the Russian Federation opened fire with small arms. One Ukrainian soldier got injured in the enemy attack. After providing first aid, the wounded man was evacuated to a medical facility. His health condition is serious.

The Ukrainian side of the Joint Control and Coordination Center (JCCC) informed the OSCE SMM about all violations by the Russian-occupation troops, using the established coordination mechanism.

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