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Prosecutor General's Office gets more evidence of Russia's military presence in Donbas

During the special operation in the Joint Forces Operation area, Ukraine's law enforcers discovered tactical gear, ammunition and weapons produced in Russia
15:38, 4 June 2019

Russian weapons and ammunition in Vodyane, June 2019
General Prosecutor's Office

Ukraine's Prosecutor General's Office got the additional evidence of Russia's military activity in Donbas. The Office's press service reported that on Tuesday, June 4.

'As the workers of the department, along with the agents of military counterintelligence of the SBU performed investigation actions in the Joint Forces Operation area, they found the shell from Tavolga self-propelled grenade, which is supplied under the order from the Russian Armed Forces', reads the message.

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The shell was found on the abandoned positions of Russian militants near Vodyane, Donetsk region.

Two helmets, body armor vests, an automatic grenade launcher and a detail of anti-personnel mine were discovered. This tactical gear, ammunition and weapons are produced in Russia; these particular items are not used or supplied to the Ukrainian military.

The pre-trial investigation is underway.

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