As a result of the shelling in the Donbass, a soldier was killed

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In VSU again chases

Near the village of Zolote-3 in the Luhansk region, as a result of shelling, one serviceman was killed, another was wounded by a bullet.

In the Donbas, on April 10, the separatists fired at Ukrainian positions nine times, one soldier was killed, and another was wounded. This was reported by the JFO headquarters.

Thus, in the area of ​​the Joint Forces operation, the enemy violated the ceasefire 10 times, of which 9 were shelling at the positions of the Ukrainian defenders and one overflight of an enemy UAV crossing the demarcation line.

Near the village of Zolote-3 in the Luhansk region, the enemy opened fire from automatic easel grenade launchers, heavy machine guns and small arms. As a result of targeted enemy fire from small arms, one soldier was wounded, incompatible with life.

Another member of the Joint Forces was wounded by a bullet. The soldier was promptly provided first aid and taken to the hospital. His state of health is of moderate severity.

The headquarters noted that in response to the shelling of the enemy, the Ukrainian military opened fire.

At the same time, since the beginning of the day on April 11 (as of 7 am), no shelling was recorded.

Recall separatists carried out 15 attacks in the Donbass. Fire was opened from artillery of 122 caliber. One Ukrainian soldier was killed.

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