Russia hit Transcarpathia with high-explosive fragmentation missiles (photo)
The Russians hit Transcarpathia with rockets that have high-explosive fragmentation. This was announced by the chairman of the Transcarpathian regional military administration Viktor Mikita.
"The enemy is hitting Transcarpathia with rockets that have high-explosive fragmentation. It is designed to destroy not only objects, but above all people," he said.
Mikita published photographs showing how, after the explosion of the rocket, the scattered formed rounded elements literally cut through the metal.
According to the head of the IVA, the same debris damaged houses at a distance of up to 300 meters from the place where the rocket hit.
"This once again indicates that during the air raid signal, you must immediately go to the premises that do not have windows. The walls protect against damage by these high-explosive fragmentation elements," the chairman of the UVA stressed.
Recall that on May 3, the Russians launched a rocket attack on Transcarpathia. According to the head of the Transcarpathian OVA, Viktor Mikita, the rocket hit one of the railway substations in a mountainous region - near the station in Volovets. It happened during an air raid.
"Windows were shattered at facilities within a radius of 500 meters, rocket fragments damaged cars nearby. As a result of a rocket attack, 57 houses in Volovets were left without gas supply. A gas distribution pipeline was damaged," the Zakarpattia district police department said.
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