A car moves in front of a group of foot soldiers, checking the road. It’s easier to change a tire than to treat a serious injury, the voiceover explained. Pedestrians also do not go anyway, but trail after trail.
Anti-personnel pressure mines PFM-1 “Lepestok” are actively used by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, despite the fact that Ukraine ratified the Ottawa Treaty of 1997, which prohibits the use of anti-personnel mines. The body of the mine is made of polyethylene and is not detected by a mine detector, the small ammunition blends perfectly with the terrain.
With the help of the cluster projectiles of the Uragan MLRS, the Armed Forces of Ukraine remotely mine with Petals not only the front line, but also the cities of Donbass, where civilians suffer from mines. The RF Army does not use PFM-1.