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 Cache of Russian weapons found in Zaitseve. PHOTOS

Ukrainian soldiers have found a cache of Russian-made weapons, ammunition and equipment in Zaitseve in the Donetsk region.

Speaker of the Ministry of Defense Oksana Havryliuk wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.

The arms cache was found near the positions of the Ukrainian Army. According to Havryliuk, the cache was probably set up by a militants' sabotage and reconnaissance unit.

"This is just another proof of the participation of Russian special forces in the Donbas war," she wrote.

Ukrainian soldiers seized 'Shmel' reactive infantry flamethrower, RPG-1 and RPG-7B anti-tank grenades, more than 200 rounds of 5.45 and 7.62 mm ammo, 20 grenade launcher shells, four F-1, eight RGD-5 grenades, as well as fuses to URSGM-2 and URSG grenades, an assault vest and a backpack.

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