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OSCE SMM reveals Russia radio wave interference station in Donbas

R-378A radio wave interference station is designed for detection and suppression of radio communication links of the opponent
11:11, 2 July 2019

OSCE

Special Monitoring Missionrevealed R-378A radio wave interference station produced by Russian Sozvezdiye concern in Donbas, as OSCE report reads.

“On June 39, SMM saw one automatic station of radio wave interference (R-378A) in Kadiyevka (former Stakhanov; 50 km to the west from Luhansk),” the report reads.

Related: OSCE confirms separation of forces in Stanytsia Luhanska area in Donbas

R-378A radio wave interference station is designed for detection and suppression of radio communication links of the opponent.

As it was reported, on July 1 the militants attacked Joint Forces unit ambulance. As a result, two Ukrainian soldiers died and one sustained wounds.

Related: OSCE SMM discovers 30 Grads placed in violation of withdrawal lines in Donbas

Joint Forces Command stressed that attack at the ambulances is a violation of the international legislation and norms of the international humanitarian law. Bloody attack at an ambulance performed by the Russian occupational units shows that militants do not observe international legal norms.

Later the names of the deceased were revealed. Leading seaman Serhiy Mayboroda and sergeant Iryna Shevchenko died in Donbas.

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