And it was afraid … Russia attacked Mariupol with a vacuum bomb!

The possibility of Russia deploying a thermovaporative rocket, also known as a vacuum bomb, during the war has been one of the concerns since the first day of the war. Images have appeared showing that Russia is using this weapon.

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As the war in Ukraine entered the fourth week, a movement to freeze the blood of the world came from Russia.

The British Daily Mail announced that Russia is using a heat-vaporizing bomb, also known as a vacuum bomb, in the besieged Mariupol.

In image-based news published by the newspaper Russia Today and the Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR), the newspaper stated that this was the first clear evidence that the weapon was used.

In the news titled “Russia’s horrific vacuum bomb targeted Mariupol,” the newspaper wrote that the vacuum bomb fired from the TOS-1 targeted civilians in the city.

First ultimatum, then bomb

The Russian Defense Ministry called the Ukrainian authorities last night and requested that the city of Mariupol be handed over by 05.00 on March 21.

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“If the Kyiv authorities again order you to die in your own destiny, we will give ourselves to all who value their lives,” said provincial official Mikhail Mijintsev. Call on them to leave the city with their arms crossed. “

In September 2007, Russia deployed the largest fuel vaporization bomb ever manufactured, causing an explosion worth 39.9 tonnes.

In September 2007, Russia deployed the largest fuel vaporization bomb ever manufactured, causing an explosion worth 39.9 tonnes.

Ukraine returned the offer

Ukraine responded to this last minute of Russia. Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk rejected the offer, stating that surrender was not an issue and used the following statement:

“There can be no talk of surrendering or laying down weapons. We have already informed the Russian side of this. Instead of wasting time with an eight-page letter, it is enough to open a humanitarian corridor. am.

A British newspaper emphasized that the image in question was released after Russia’s request was denied.

Called the “Weapon of the End”

Vacuum bombs banned by the Geneva Convention use the atmosphere as part of the explosion.

A vacuum bomb that can vaporize corpses, shatter internal organs, and turn cities into rubble is one of the most powerful non-nuclear weapons ever developed and is also called a “doomsday device.”

Images proved that the Russian Tos-1 multiple rocket launcher system was brought to the Ukrainian border, but it was not yet known if it was used.

And it was afraid ... Russia attacked Mariupol with a vacuum bomb!

Images proved that the Russian Tos-1 multiple rocket launcher system was brought to the Ukrainian border, but it was not yet known if it was used.

Earlier, Ukraine’s Ambassador to Washington, Oksana Marcarova, claimed that Russia used this weapon.

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“The destruction Russia is trying to inflict on Ukraine is wonderful,” Marcarova said in a statement. Today, they used vacuum bombs, which are banned by the Geneva Convention. Russia should pay a lot in this regard. “

White Home: Really a war crime

In response to this statement, White House spokesman Jen Psaki said, “I’ve seen these news, but I haven’t confirmed them yet.” If true, it would be a war crime. “

What is a vacuum bomb? How does it work?

A thermobaric bomb, a thermobaric bomb, or a vacuum bomb is a non-nuclear bomb that works with heat-based pressure.

The bomb’s explosive mechanism, which consists of a combination of oil and air, has the same destructive power as a small atomic bomb at the pressure it creates.

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The explosion occurs in the air. Very high temperatures are formed as a result of the explosion of clouds of corrosive material formed by the bomb.

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