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16:19 06 Sep 2021

Occupiers drop explosive devices from a drone on Zaitseve's residential area

At dawn on September 6, Russian occupation forces dropped two improvised explosive devices from a drone on the northern outskirts of the Zaitseve residential area.

The press service of the Joint Forces announced this on Facebook, Rubryka reports.

"On September 6, at about 4:20 a.m., the Russian Armed Forces used UAVs and dropped two improvised explosive devices on the northern outskirts of a residential area in the Zaitseve settlement of the Donetsk region, one of which didn't work," the statement said.

It is noted that the explosive devices were made using a 3D printer, each containing up to 500 grams of plastic explosive. Impressive elements were specially made "cassettes" with steel balls up to 6 mm in diameter.

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According to the press service, over the past week, the armed forces of the Russian Federation have used UAVs 5 times, grossly ignoring reports within the coordination mechanism from the Ukrainian side of the Joint Center for Control and Coordination (JCCC). The use of UAVs resulted in the shelling of Ukrainian Armed Forces positions from weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements.

All these violations were recorded and documented by the Ukrainian side of the JCCC, the relevant notes were sent to the OSCE SMM and pre-trial investigation bodies of Ukraine, the press service said.

As reported by Rubryka, during the past 24 hours, on September 5, 4 violations of the ceasefire by the armed forces of the Russian Federation were recorded, there were no casualties among the Ukrainian military.

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