Russian “liberators” dropped phosphorus bombs on a village in the Donetsk region (video)

Russian “liberators” dropped phosphorus bombs on a village in the Donetsk region (video)

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The Russian invaders used phosphorus munitions prohibited by the UN convention in the village of Ozernoe, Donetsk region.

The video was published on his Facebook page by the MP from the Servant of the People Roman Grischuk.

“Until their cities start burning and civilians die, they won't understand anything” , wrote one commenter.

Phosphorus ammunition is filled with self-igniting white phosphorus, which has a burning temperature of approximately 800°C. Phosphorus burns everything it hits. Phosphorus shells are capable of hitting an area of ​​up to several hundred square meters. The fire that occurs when they fall is very difficult to extinguish. To do this, it is necessary to block the contact of phosphorus with oxygen.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich