Russia is most certainly planting anti-personnel mines along its defensive lines in Ukraine’s Donbas area, Britain claimed on Monday, without providing evidence.

Russia has most certainly attempted to use PFM-1 and PFM-1S scatterable anti-personnel mines, sometimes known as ‘butterfly mines,’ in Donetsk and Kramatorsk, Britain’s defence ministry said on Twitter.

According to the ministry’s regular briefing, these are “deeply controversial, indiscriminate weapons,”

Reuters was unable to confirm the report immediately.

Source: Reuters

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