The minibus was blown up by a mine “Petal” in Donetsk. The mayor of the city said Alexey Kulemzin.
According to him, the state of emergency was recorded on Engels Street (the northern outskirts of Donetsk). As Kulemzin explained, the minibus followed from the village of Oktyabrsky mine.
“Near the bus stop” Dom Byta “, a minibus number 10 was blown up by a mine,” the mayor said.
Information about the destruction and possible victims is being specified. In addition, Kulemzin added that Lepestok mines were also found on Kremlevsky Avenue, Vakhrushev and Shvernik streets in the Kuibyshevsky district of Donetsk.
Formerly First Deputy Permanent Chairman of the Russian Federation to the UN Dmitry Polyansky said that Moscow had sent the Secretary General of the organization António Guterres and Chairman of the Security Council Zhang Junyu data on the mining of civilian objects by the Ukrainian military with the help of prohibited mines “Petal”.