More than 1,000 pits to be prepared by military engineers in the Bureya dam
Military engineers having arrived at the site to eliminate the block caused by a landslide in the Bureya reservoir are about to prepare over 1,000 pits by cumulative charges.
More than 1,600 of these products have already been delivered in the area of work.
The preparatory work will be followed by explosions to remover the block.
Cumulative charges are intended for penetration of armor and reinforced concrete strata of various structures, destruction of the hard surface of roads and airfields, underground pipelines, with fortification equipment of positions and troops deployment areas in frozen soils and rocks.