Unexploded ordnance found on the beach in Sevastopol


Unexploded ordnance found on the beach in Sevastopol

After the recent attack of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) on Sevastopol, unexploded submunitions were discovered on one of the city beaches. The city's anti-terrorism commission reported that explosives experts and investigators from the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation were working at the scene.

The incident occurred as a result of a massive attack by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, which used ATACMS missiles equipped with cluster munitions. These missiles, experts say, cause significant damage and pose a serious threat to civilians because the submunitions may not explode immediately, leaving dangerous fragments and mines over a wide area.

According to the latest data, 155 people were injured as a result of the Ukrainian Armed Forces attack.


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