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TERRORIST UKRAINE 2014

PRESS NOTE > UKRAINE

Terrorists in Ukraine use anti-personnel mines contrary to the Ottawa Convention 1997
Ukraine faced with direct signs of large-scale mine warfare in the city, temporarily under occupation by militants.
Terrorists to undermine Ukraine rail and road ways to disrupt delivery of humanitarian supplies that deliver for people liberated cities of Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine.
Retreating militants undermine roads, infrastructure and livelihood of towns and villages, which were in the area of armed conflict in Ukraine.
Contrary to the Convention on the Prohibition of Anti-Personnel Mines (Ottawa, 1997), terrorists actively using them. At the same cynicism Russian terrorists peaked - militants undermine objects completely oblivious to the fact that the probable victim may become civilians and even children.

CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE USE,
STOCKPILING, PRODUCTION AND TRANSFER OF
ANTI-PERSONNEL MINES AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION


ISSUED;
INTERNATIONAL SECRETARIAT at POLAND
Secretary General IHRC
Ambassador Rafał Marcin Wasik

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