Over the past day, two Ukrainian soldiers have been captured and three others wounded in the ATO zone, said Alexander Motuzyanik, Speaker of the Presidential Administration on ATO.
- Two Ukrainian soldiers have been captured outside Gorlovka. More details on the incident will be furnished after special operations are carried out. The latter are not disclosed so far in order to ensure the safety of our military, he said.
The Speaker went on saying that no Ukrainian soldier was killed in the military operations. In addition, the pro-Russian militants broke the ceasefire in the village of Stanitsa and Trehizbenka in the city of Lugansk and fired 6 mortar shells in the village of Avdeevka. Provocations continued outside the town of Gorlovka and Donetsk airport.
Outside the city of Mariupol the enemy violated the ceasefire five times.
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