Every day, rescue workers in Kyiv discover several thousand IEDs. As it turns out, mines are not only placed on the battlefield but also under helmets, in ammunition boxes, at cellar entrances and even at the front door. James Vasquez, an Iraq-Afghanistan veteran who volunteers for Kyiv, presented a new idea about the occupiers. That’s how the Russians want to kill civilians in Ukraine.
“Every day we find more than a thousand IEDs in the Kyiv region only. Therefore, we must be very careful not to avoid fields, forests, short roads and land routes,” warned Vadym Denysenko, advisor to Ukraine’s Interior Minister, on Telegram today.
We have already seen many pictures testifying to the cruelty of Putin’s leaders. Another example is Vasquez, who has been in Kyiv since the beginning of March to defend the Ukrainian capital. He also publishes online videos documenting the destruction of the Russian armed forces vehicles.
It turns out that you don’t just have to be careful in the fields and the woods.
This time a photo of a townhouse was published. And over there, on the tea shelf, and a grenade in a glass. An unlocked one.