Security Service officers seized Russian ammunition in ATO zone. This was reported by the press service of the SBU.
Law enforcement officers discovered two anti-personnel mines PMN-2 of Soviet manufacture on the outskirts of the Troitske village of Lugansk region. These munitions are prohibited for use in military conflicts in accordance with the Ottawa treaty, namely the Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on their Destruction," SBU reports.
“Unlike Ukraine, Russia refused to sign this document at all. According to the special service, these mines are delivered to the militants of the so-called “LNR” from the territory of Russia,” the report says.
SBU found RGO hand grenade in Krasnohorivka of Donetsk region. According to the experts it was manufactured in Russia in 1995.
Earlier it was reported that SBU detained “LNR” militant who came to Zaporizhia for treatment. The man took an active part in the armed confrontation with the ATO forces including the battle near Debaltseve.