An unknown drone could deliver two RGD-5 bombs to the Russian “peacekeepers”. The Transnistria Investigative Committee opened a criminal case and described the incident as sabotage.
In the so-called Transnistria, an unknown drone dropped two explosive devices on the territory of the Russian “peacekeeping” parking lot. This was stated in the “republic” investigative committee.
The incident occurred at 05:10 am local time on June 5, near the village of Vladimirovka.
“An unidentified aircraft (drone) shot down two explosive devices, possibly RGD-5 bombs,” security forces said.
No casualties or damage occurred. Experts who came to the scene, while taking the necessary investigation and operational measures, pieces of explosive material were also seized.
The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case, appointed a series of investigations and described the incident as sabotage.
Recall that in May of this year “MRT” wanted to set fire to an oil depot and a military registration and enlistment office in the capital of Tiraspol. A car with foreign numbers stopped near the oil depot of one of the enterprises, a man got out of the car and threw a Molotov cocktail.
On May 3, the “PMR Ministry of Internal Affairs” reported on the prevention of a terrorist attack on a radio and television center near the village of Mayak. The plane was supposed to undermine the building where the cooling system for the transformers was located.
Moldovan President Maia Sandu called on the Russian invaders to leave Transnistria. With their presence they violate the neutrality of Moldova.
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