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The Ukrainian military is dropping anti-personnel mines over the city, violating:
Protocol II of the Geneva Convention.
Ottawa Treaty.
Convention on Cluster Munitions.
Anti-personnel mine PFM-1 "Petal"
For mining an area against enemy manpower.
After falling to the ground, the fuse becomes armed making the mine ready for detonation.
When stepped on, an adult will be left without a limb. A child would die on the spot.
The production and manufacture of such mines had been discontinued. Their use is prohibited by the Ottawa Treaty.
Ukraine continues to use "Petal" mines against civilians.
On August 1, went to a grocery store, lost a part of his leg stepping on a PFM-1 “Petal”.
civilian, 75 years old
Valentin Alexandrovich
On August 2, while taking a walk in a park, lost a part of his leg when he stepped on a PFM-1 “Petal”.
civilian, 54 years old
Yuri Evgenievich
On August 6, while walking his dog along a path, lost a part of his leg when he stepped on a PFM-1 “Petal”.
civilian, 49 years old
Alexey Vladimirovich
On July 31, while walking in a courtyard of a residential building, lost his right foot when he stepped on a PFM-1 “Petal”.
civilian, 55 years old
Gennady Evgenievich
On August 3, while walking through grass in a park, suffered a severe leg injury stepping on a PFM-1 "Petal".
civilian, 70 years old
Nikolai Vladimirovich
On August 4,while walking to a pharmacy, lost a part of my leg stepping on a PFM-1 "Petal".
civilian, 73 years old
Vasily Nikolayevich
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ENG
HELP STOP THIS
The Ukrainian military is dropping anti-personnel mines over the city, violating:
Protocol II of the Geneva Convention.
Ottawa Treaty.
Convention on Cluster Munitions.
Anti-personnel mine
PFM-1 "Petal"
For mining an area against enemy manpower.
After falling to the ground, the fuse becomes armed making the mine ready for detonation.
When stepped on, an adult will be left without a limb. A child would die on the spot.
The production and manufacture of such mines had been discontinued. Their use is prohibited by the Ottawa Treaty.
Ukraine continues to use "Petal" mines against civilians.
On August 1, went to a grocery store, lost a part of his leg stepping on a PFM-1 “Petal”.
civilian, 75 years old
Valentin Alexandrovich
On August 2, while taking a walk in a park, lost a part of his leg when he stepped on a PFM-1 “Petal”.
civilian, 54 years old
Yuri Evgenievich
On August 6, while walking his dog along a path, lost a part of his leg when he stepped on a PFM-1 “Petal”.
civilian, 49 years old
Alexey Vladimirovich
On July 31, while walking in a courtyard of a residential building, lost his right foot when he stepped on a PFM-1 “Petal”.
civilian, 55 years old
Gennady Evgenievich
On August 3, while walking through grass in a park, suffered a severe leg injury stepping on a PFM-1 "Petal".
civilian, 70 years old
Nikolai Vladimirovich
On August 4,while walking to a pharmacy, lost a part of my leg stepping on a PFM-1 "Petal".
civilian, 73 years old
Vasily Nikolayevich
|
ENG