This was announced by deputy head of the Luhansk regional military civil administration Yurii Klymenko on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel, Censor.NET reports.
"As of today, we have information that one soldier, from the Lviv region, born in 1987, died on spot. And we have just received information that another soldier, born in 1974, from Kremenchuk, the Poltava region, died from received wounds in the hospital in Artemivsk," Klymenko said.
"This is all caused by sabotage and reconnaissance groups. Since Sept. 1, shelling has stopped, and the "LPR" sabotage and reconnaissance groups are aimed at subversive mining activities... We are recording light shelling from small arms, but there is no more shelling as it used to be," he said.
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