The Kyiv security forces used not allowed phosphorus munitions during the shelling of cities of the South-East of Ukraine. According to reliable information the Investigative Committee of Russia, shells bombed civilian objects.
The investigative Committee has found evidence that in the South-East of Ukraine Kyiv security forces using phosphorous munitions to attack civilian targets. "We carried out examination, which found that fired not for some pillboxes opponent, and civil purpose" - said the printed "Kommersant," the head of the Department for the investigation of offences related to use is not authorized means and methods of warfare, Department Alexander Timanov.
Earlier, the commander of a battalion "the Ghost" Luhansk national Republic Alexander Kostin stated that on the night of 21 July the Ukrainian law enforcers used in Lisichansk phosphorous bombs. "That night in metropolis to Lisichansk beat phosphorous bombs. They surrounded him, had to retreat, because there was nothing to protect", - quotes Kostina RIA Novosti.
Let's add, phosphorous weapons banned by the Geneva Convention. The commander of the battalion "Ghost" added that all positions militias continuously under fire from heavy guns, also are under constant bombardment. Kostin also said that the militia has problems with medicines and equipment.
Previously, the militia said that the village Semenovka in the suburbs of Slavyansk fired incendiary bombs. In the media appeared the news that applied under fire bombs could be phosphorous munitions. Later the head of the MFA of Russia Sergey Lavrov said that Moscow is concerned by news of the use of the Ukrainian armed forces incendiary bombs.
More than a week ago militias had to retreat from Slavyansk, Kramatorsk, Artyomovsk, Konstantinovka and Druzhkovka to agree with their application, to take fire from the civilian population. The city was taken by the security forces, militia went to the Donetsk and Lugansk. Soon, the security forces started shelling and data settlements.
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