Russian forces mine children's beds in kindergartens, fleeing from Kharkiv region - regional head
Retreating from the Kharkiv region, the Russian troops mined a number of civilian objects and even beds in kindergartens
This was stated by the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration Oleh Synyehubov.
"When we knock the enemy out of a particular locality, we find booby-trapped children's beds in kindergartens. The private sector also remains dangerous. The enemy conducts remote mining or special, which is done manually. The invaders use the most modern means and military weapons that are not detected by metal detectors," Synyehubov said.
According to Synyehubov, almost every day, residents, workers of agricultural enterprises and emergency medical care are blown up by mines and shells of the invaders. There were also cases when the State Emergency Service specialists were injured during mine clearance.
The Kharkiv regional military administration noted that according to the ministry of internal affairs, the Kharkiv region is the most contaminated with explosive objects, and sappers defuse from 200 to 1000 objects per day.