Four Ukrainian soldiers wounded in the Anti-Terrorist Operation zone
Four Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) zone in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours. presidential administration speaker for Anti-Terrorist Operation issues Andriy Lysenko has said, adding that no casualties were reported.
"No Ukrainian servicemen were killed. Four were wounded in the last day," he said at a briefing in Kyiv on Wednesday.
Luhansk Regional State Administration announced on its official Facebook page that two local residents were wounded in Popasniansky district on Tuesday, March 29.
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"Terrorists used automatic grenade launchers to shell the village of Novooleksandrivka in Popasniansky district, which is in the so-called grey zone, and a resident from the town of Popasna who was visiting his house in the countryside was injured in the attack. The injured man managed to get to a Ukrainian-controlled roadblock and was rushed to hospital," the Luhansk regional administration said.
Another local resident was injured in a booby-trap blast at 19:00 local time on Tuesday while walking in his backyard in the village of Troyitske in Popasniansky district. The booby trap was reportedly set by a militant subversive group.