According to Komarova, the seized ammunition clearly shows what kinds of weapons are used by Russia-backed separatists.
Maryna Komarova with the seized ammunition.
Antipersonnel mine MOH-50. "How boring," Komarova commented.
Armor piercing projectiles "with added 'gifts.' Mercenaries are so sweet," Komarova commented in her post.
Oskolok fragmentation projectiles for RPG-7. Developed in Russia in 1999.
"Vacuum shit," Komarova commented on the photos above. According to her, these might be "Tanin" shells for PRG-7.
The inscription on Russian uniform reads "Military special clothing" and "Moscow city."
"I would like to ask those who know: what of these is in service in the Ukrainian army? When I showed the two latter missiles to soldiers, they said they've never seen them before. There's another thing that bothers me... How come the best military shops with the latest ammunition are concentrated in the Donbas only? And all we have here is old stuff from warehouses?" Komarova asks sarcastically.