Thirteen ceasefire violations by occupiers recorded in eastern Ukraine
In the last day, October 22, Russian occupation troops violated the ceasefire 13 times, twice using weapons banned by the Minsk Accords in eastern Ukraine .
âIn particular, the enemy launched two attacks with heavy machine guns and portable anti-tank guns mounted on tripods outside Zolote-4 (59 km west of Luhansk). Towards Krasnohorivka (21 km west of Donetsk), mercenaries fired 120mm mortars and 100mm artillery. Two attacks, using grenade launchers of different systems and small arms, were launched in the direction of Katerynivka (64 km west of Luhansk). Ukrainian positions in the Novoluhanske region (53 km northeast of Donetsk) were the target of heavy machine gun fire and anti-tank hand grenade launchers on two occasions. Near Novozvanivka (70 km west of Luhansk), the enemy used an anti-tank missile system. Outside Luhanske (59 km northeast of Donetsk), enemy armed formations launched two attacks using portable anti-tank guns mounted on tripods, heavy machine guns and 82mm mortars. In the area of ââLebedynske (16 km east of Mariupol) and Novoselivka Druha (36 km north-east of Mariupol), Russian occupation troops fired with portable anti-tank guns mounted on tripods, heavy machine guns and small arms. Small arms were also fired outside Zaitseve (62 km northeast of Donetsk), âthe JFO headquarters press center posted on Facebook.
As a result of enemy shelling, one Joint Force soldier was wounded and another was wounded. The soldiers were taken to a medical center.
To force the enemy to stop the attacks, Ukrainian defenders opened fire without using the weapons prohibited by the Minsk accords.
As of 7:00 am on October 23, no ceasefire violations were reported.