A terrorist camp under construction has been destroyed in the Vedeno district of Chechnya, people in the headquarters of the Joint Group of Forces in the North Caucasus reported on Monday.
"On Sunday, units of temporary operation forces of the Russian Interior Ministry and reconnaissance units located the terrorist camp one kilometre from the Shamil-Khutor village and destroyed it. The camp consisted of two incomplete dug-outs and six tents," the source said.
Several notepads with radio call-signs, maps of mine fields, explosive manufacturing manuals, an adapter, a charger for a Kenwood transmitter, 18 rounds for grenade launchers, 13 grenades for booby traps, and hundreds of shells were seized at the camp.
A search for terrorists from the base is being conducted.
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