Three Yugoslav servicemen suffered injuries of varying gravity in a landmine explosion. Chairman of the Coordinating Committee of the Serb and Yugoslav governments, Nebojsa Covic, told a news conference the incident occurred Sunday on a dirt track in southern Serbia, when an army truck hit an anti-tank mine. The wounded were taken to hospital; their life is out of danger. According to Covic, sappers discovered another anti-tank mine on the road following the incident. He stressed that road mining was yet another indication as to who was violating the pledge for a cease-fire given to Special Envoy of the NATO Secretary General, Peter Feith.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine may face new problems over the upgraded Russian unmanned aerial vehicle Lancet. Kyiv will now need to use airfields far from the line of combat contact and look for new ways to protect its aircraft