Ukrainian security meeting a soldier killed, others wounded by Russian bombing

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is holding a meeting of his country's Security Council today to discuss the killing of a soldier and the injury of four others as a result of a Russian bombing in the Donbas region in the east of the country.

According to Reuters news agency, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will hold a meeting of his country's Security Council today after the killing of a soldier and the injury of four, as a result of heavy shelling carried out by Russian forces in the Donbas region in the east of the country.

Zelenski described the bombing as a provocation aimed at obstructing the peace process in that region.

The Ukrainian army said in a statement that a soldier was killed and four others were wounded by enemy fire in the Donbas region in the east of the country today, Tuesday.

Earlier, the army accused the Russian forces of trying to cross the Ukrainian lines and firing mortars, grenades and machine guns.

The conflict between Ukrainian and Russian-backed forces in the east of the country has killed more than 13,000 since 2014 despite the conclusion of a ceasefire in 2015.

On Saturday, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky announced that Kiev was ready for a peace agreement in Donbass but on its terms, and Zelensky said - during the security conference in Munich "We have a very strong army, which is one of the strongest armies in Europe with 200 thousand soldiers and we are ready for every something but we want peace on our terms. "

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