NYT: Most Russian projectiles in Ukraine are unguided

NYT: Most Russian projectiles in Ukraine are unguided

NYT: Most Russian shells in Ukraine – unguided

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Russia uses cluster munitions against Ukraine

At least 210 identified munitions are prohibited by international treaties, journalists found out.

The New York Times has identified more than two thousand munitions used by Russia in Ukraine since the beginning of the full-scale war, and came to the conclusion that most of them were uncontrollable. This is stated in the material of the publication, published on June 19.

In total, the journalists of the publication studied more than a thousand photographs of ammunition taken in Ukraine, as well as other visual evidence provided by Ukrainian officials and the military.

The newspaper believes that 210 identified munitions are prohibited by international treaties. Nearly all of them are cluster munitions, as well as their submunitions, which can threaten people for decades after the end of the war.

More than 330 other munitions, according to the publication, were used against or near civilian objects .

Earlier, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, who arrived in Ukraine, said that international experts had collected a large amount of information about the war crimes of the Russian Federation to Ukraine.