Two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in Donbas on 23 July as a result of 21 attacks by the Russian occupying troops, the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) HQ press centre has reported.
On three occasions, militants used heavy weapons banned by the Minsk agreements, including 82-mm mortars near Krymske and Lebedysnke, and 120-mm mortars near Talakivka.
They opened targeted fire on the JFO positions near Krymske, Mayorsk, Avdiyivka, Maryinka, Lebedynske, Hnutove, Talakivka, Pavlopil, Vodyane and Shyrokyne.
Today they used anti-tank guided missiles and 120-mm mortars near Vodyane. Avdiyivka, Maryinka and Pavlopil also came under fire.
According to intelligence, four militants were wounded.
Engagements have been taking place despite the so-called harvest ceasefire effective as of 1 July. Militants are especially active in the evening and night time.