Four Ukrainian troops wounded, two shell-shocked in east
All the servicemen are receiving treatment.
Four Ukrainian servicemen were wounded and two shell-shocked in Donbas on 7 October, the Defence Ministry's spokesman for antiterrorist operation (ATO) issues, Oleksandr Motuzyanyk, has said at a daily briefing.
"No servicemen have been killed in action over the past 24 hours. However four our troops were wounded and two other were shell-shocked. Now all the wounded servicemen are in hospital, their condition is satisfactory," he said.
According to the intelligence, three pro-Russian militants were wounded.
Donetsk and Luhansk pro-Russian militants launched 38 attacks on the ATO positions on 7 October.
On 6 October, three Ukrainian servicemen were wounded as a result of 30 attacks by the militants.