The Russians shelled Bakhmut with phosphorus bombs

19:00 01 November Kyiv, Ukraine

The occupiers are increasingly realizing that their "special operation" is doomed to failure, so they systematically launch their "fireworks" at the settlements of eastern Ukraine. This time, Bakhmut in the Donetsk region suffered from prohibited ammunition.
 
This was reported in the Strategic Communications Department of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
 
The network has published a video showing the use of prohibited weapons in the private sector.
Also on November 1, the SBU published an interception of a telephone conversation in which a Russian soldier tells his wife about the shelling of Bakhmut
phosphorus bombs.
Russia uses more than banned phosphorus bombs in Ukraine. Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Defense admitted that it was using the TOS-1A Solntsepek heavy flamethrower system, which can use thermobaric munitions.. They destroy infrastructure, seriously damage internal organs and cause burns, leading to the death of the victims.