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 Two soldiers wounded in tripwire incidents in Luhansk region

Over the past day, two soldiers tripped wires in the Luhansk region. "LPR" terrorists were active in the Luhansk region, firing mortars, grenade launchers, and small arms.

Censor.NET reports citing Luhansk civil-military administration Facebook page.

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"Two soldiers tripped wires yesterday. One was wounded near Bolotianne while on patrol. The other was wounded in the vicinity of Popasna. It was an RGD-5 grenade planted on the trunk of a tree that he triggered, chasing three "LPR" saboteurs. Both servicemen were taken to district hospitals. As reported, no risk is posed to their health now," the report reads.

From 8:30 to 10 p.m., militants based in "LPR"-controlled Smile fired mortars (52 rounds) on the stronghold of the 24th Brigade in the Novoaidarskyi district. No casualties or destruction have been reported.

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Also, at about 1:40 p.m., from the direction of the monument to Prince Ihor ("LPR"-controlled territory) militants fired automatic grenade launchers on the "new bridge" area in Stanytsia Luhanska.

Using small arms, terrorists attacked a Ukrainian troops' stronghold in Bolotianne village (Stanytsia Luhanska district).

In general, it can be stated "LPR" terrorists have stepped up their activity.

"Militants have once again intensified their activity. I want to emphasize that terrorists and their masters brutally neglect the Minsk agreements," Heorhii Tuka, head of Luhansk civil-military administration, said.
 
 
 
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