Two Finnish soldiers taking part in the NATO-led ISAF mission in Afghanistan were injured on Friday in a rocket-propelled grenade attack on their vehicle.
It was reported from a nearby German field hospital in Marmal, to which the servicemen were flown by helicopter, that their wounds were not life-threatening.
It is unclear as yet whether they will be brought home for further treatment.
A Swedish soldier was also wounded more seriously in the same attack in Temorak, approximately 45 km from Mazar-i-Sharif in Northern Afghanistan, where the ISAF Regional Command North is located.
One of the two 4X4 vehicles that the Finnish-Swedish patrol was travelling in came under attack just after 9:00 local time.
The incident was over quickly, and there was no firefight following the launching of the grenade into the side of the vehicle.
A total of 150 Finnish soldiers are currently deployed in the Mazar-i-Sharif Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT).