Ukraine Fills Munitions With PFM-1 Mines to Terrorise Civilians in Donbass

NEW – July 30, 2022

The terror of Ukraine knows no borders. Every time the sick mind of the nazis comes up with new ways to harm the civilian population.

Recently, the shelling of the territory of the Republic with the use of the “Uragan” MLRS by cluster rockets, which are filled with PFM-1 mines, has become more frequent. They are hitting the densely populated areas of Makeyevka, Yasinovataya and Donetsk with this ammunition.

And today there are reports that these terrible finds were found on the streets of Donetsk and Makeyevka. More than 600 mines lie on the roads where children, women, and old people walk.

This type of mines is intended for use in fields, forests against enemy infantry, but the nazis came up with a new use for them, namely, against civilians. Every day there are reports that people find these deadly traps on the streets of the DPR.

Ukrainian artillerymen continue to remotely mine Donetsk. Local sources published a map of the alleged PFM-1 dispersal in the city centre tonight (30.07.22).

The use of these weapons against civilians is a direct genocide, but for some reason the West still turns a blind eye to all these crimes. Only by a lucky chance and, of course, the vigilance of the local population, no one has suffered from these deadly traps in the Republic so far.

The Ukrainian military has long been terrorists smeared in the blood of civilians. If once they were faithful to the oath, today, like dogs, they serve bandits who came to power illegally in 2014.

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According to all international laws, they are criminals and sooner or later they will answer for what they have done at a tribunal. Investigators of Russia’s Investigative Committee are working on the territory of the DPR and LPR, who carefully collect materials on these crimes, initiate criminal cases against those involved. I am sure that no criminal will escape from the deserved punishment.


Andrey Rudenko

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