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Russian Investigation Committee has evidence of UAF shooting Donbass population with missile system Tochka-U

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Russian Investigation Committee has evidence of UAF shooting Donbass population with missile system Tochka-U


13.02.2017

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Investigation Committee reported that Russia owns evidence that armed forces of Ukraine use ballistic missile system "Tochka U" against civil population in Donbass, as per RIA Novosti. Following the words of Committee representative, they managed to capture the evidence and record it sticking to all necessary legal rules. 
Law enforcement authorities stated that norms of international law totally forbid to apply destruction weapon which leaves population no chance of survival.  

Populated areas of Novossvetlovka, Ternovoye, town Rovenky and settlements in the Krasnodon Region were fired using air missiles. 

It should be mentioned that Kiev pulled heavy weapons towards the contact line no later than a week ago, Edward Basyurin, Donbass People’s Republic representative commented. Not less than eight "Tochka-U" systems were transferred to the area of conflict escalation. 

Shooting distance of missile system "Tochka-U" is about 120 km. The weapon was tested at the end of 80s. After that, it was adopted by USSR Army.

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