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OSCE Mission reports use of phosphorous bombs by rebels against AFU in ATO zone

In its report, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission informs that the Donbas fighters again used phosphorous bombs against the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) in the ATO zone.
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In its report, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission informs that the Donbas fighters again used phosphorous bombs against the Ukrainian military in the ATO zone, Joinfo.ua reports.

It happened a week ago near Stanytsia Luhanska, but the report of the OSCE Monitoring Mission was published on the official website of the organization only yesterday.

The soldiers of the 128th Military Brigade showed the photographs of white traces in shell craters and equipment burned to ashes, the TSN TV channel reports. After the detailed analysis of the images, the OSCE noted that it was the shells prohibited around the world as white phosphorus burns all around.

Earlier it was reported that the spokesman for the Russian President stated that the accuracy of data provided by the OSCE Monitoring Mission in Ukraine about the presence of Russian military in the ATO zone was not verified. Dmitry Peskov claimed that all accusations against Russia were unfounded.

“We know that a number of times various official sources reported some allegations about this, and in fact each time it turned out that nothing specific was told,” Peskov recalled.