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 Security Service found Russian ammunition fragments in ATO area. PHOTOS

Employees of Ukraine's Security Service (SBU) have found fragments of Russian-made ammunition in the anti-terrorist operation area (ATO).

This was announced by the SBU press center, Censor.NET reports.

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The report says that after one of Ukraine's unit was shelled by self-styled "Donetsk People's Republic" militants, SBU operatives found tails belonging to 93 mm rocket-propelled anti-personnel flame thrower Shmel.

Experts concluded that the marking on the shells defines them as being in service in the Russian Armed Forces, made in 2003.

Ukraine has never produced such missiles on its territory, SBU reported.

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