Donbas update: Ukraine reports five ceasefire violations by enemy forces

Donbas update: Ukraine reports five ceasefire violations by enemy forces

On November 10, Ukrainian military recorded five violations of the ceasefire by Russia’s occupation forces, including one with the use of arms proscribed by the Minsk agreements.

That’s according to the Joint Forces Operation Headquarters, Ukrinform reports referring to their press service.

In the area of ​​ Prychepylivka, the enemy fired 82 mm mortars. Outside Katerynivka, Luhansk region, the occupiers opened fire employing large-caliber machine guns.

In the direction of Shyrokyne, Russian proxies fired grenade launchers of various systems and small arms. Near Zolote-4, the enemy fired at Ukraine’s positions with small arms.

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In the vicinity of Novotoshkivske, enemy troops used automatic easel-mounted grenade launchers and small arms.

Enemy attacks brought no casualties over the reporting period.

Ukrainian defenders returned fire to the enemy shelling.

The JFO command says no banned weapons were used in the counterstrikes, while the enemy was forced to cease attacks.

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As of 7:00 Kyiv time on Thursday, November 11, Ukraine's military reported no new ceasefire violations by the Russian occupation forces.


Joint Forces remain in full readiness to deter and repel Russia’s armed aggression, the report says.

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