Media: Elements of alleged cluster bomb found in Zaporozhye area 23:10

Investigators from the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (IC) found striking elements, possibly from a cluster munition, at the site of the death of a child in the village of Tarasovka in the Zaporozhye region. It has been reported DEA News.

It was noted that the operational group of the Investigative Committee came to Tarasovka, where the child died after the bombing of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, and found “stabilizing feathers” that could indicate the use of fragmentary ammunition. At the same time, damage was found on the walls of a private house, which, according to the agency, is characteristic of the striking elements of the corresponding ammunition.

Prior to that, General Douglas Sims, Director of Operations of the Pentagon Joint Staff, delivery Ukraine cluster munitions and they are already in the country. According to him, the United States has information that cluster munitions previously transferred by “third countries” are already on Ukrainian soil.

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Source: Gazeta


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