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Syrian army destroyed shells production plant in Deir-ez-Zor

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Soldiers of the Syrian army discovered and destroyed a large underground plant of the Islamic State terrorist group * producing mortar shells in the city of Meyadin in the province of Deir ez-Zor, an informed source said on the spot.


Syrian army destroyed shells production plant in Deir-ez-Zor


A workshop was found in the west of Meyadin, where shells were made for mortars of various sizes. The underground production itself is destroyed. Left a warehouse with thousands of ready-made shells
- the source of the agency said.

According to the source, part of the component shells, according to the marking, were delivered to terrorists from the countries of the Persian Gulf.
According to some Syrian military intelligence, IG militants delivered ammunition for mortars from Meyadin, which terrorists daily fire at residential areas of Deir ez-Zor, controlled by government forces, reports RIA News.

The Islamic State * (IG *) is a terrorist organization banned in Russia.
Photos used:
© RIA News / Mikhail Alaeddin
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  1. Partyzan
    Partyzan 12 October 2017 19: 13
    +4
    According to the source, part of the component shells, according to the marking, were delivered to terrorists from the countries of the Persian Gulf.
    I would be surprised if there was a USA marking
    1. DEPARTMENT
      DEPARTMENT 12 October 2017 19: 17
      +6
      Quote: Partyzan
      I would be surprised if there was a USA marking

      Perhaps this is so ... the United States knows how to mask its supplies to all kinds of scum through different channels and they all know this very well! In Afghanistan, heroin is controlled and the CIA has enough dirty money to wage a disruptive war in many countries
      1. Partyzan
        Partyzan 12 October 2017 19: 22
        +4
        Perhaps it is ..
        it’s just logistics - why fly through half the world, if you can buy a crib on the spot hi
      2. Vladimir K.
        Vladimir K. 13 October 2017 01: 54
        +1
        I’m sure that part of the dirty drug money settles in the pockets of the US Army officers and the Crusaders - who can control them there.
    2. APASUS
      APASUS 12 October 2017 19: 59
      +2
      Quote: Partyzan
      I would be surprised if there was a USA marking

      If the shell was bought with American money, the logistic processing of cargo took place by American companies, delivered to American means, but there is no Made in USA stamp on the shells, what does this change in essence?
  2. assa67
    assa67 12 October 2017 19: 27
    +3
    Quote: Partyzan
    Perhaps it is ..
    it’s just logistics - why fly through half the world, if you can buy a crib on the spot hi

    or co-production ... Ukrainians also want to stir up this with ammunition
  3. assa67
    assa67 12 October 2017 19: 31
    +3
    Quote: assa67
    .Ukrainians

    they call themselves the word you corrected, Mr. admin ... hi .. litter
  4. evil partisan
    evil partisan 12 October 2017 20: 16
    +1
    What is there with the oil fields in Deir ez-Zor? How much is Assad? Who is in the know?
  5. sabakina
    sabakina 12 October 2017 20: 26
    +4
    Syrian army soldiers discovered and destroyed a large clandestine factory of the Islamic State * terrorist group producing mortar shells

    I do not understand. To make a normal mine, you need ore, metallurgy, to cast a shell, squander, hammer an explosive, what else is there ... I just remembered the newsreels of the Patriotic War, like children, standing on boxes, turning mines / shells on a lathe ....
    1. Admiral Ben Bow
      Admiral Ben Bow 12 October 2017 20: 41
      0
      They make air bombs ... They drop them from quadrocopters, quite so precisely.
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 12 October 2017 20: 47
        +4
        In my early youth, I made racquets from saltpeter, newspapers and foil, but you can’t put them in a mortar ... No, if they meant mines from gas cylinders, then I agree, but to me, as a person born in the USSR, the first thing that comes to the brain, these are footage of making mines in World War II ...
        1. Admiral Ben Bow
          Admiral Ben Bow 12 October 2017 21: 46
          +1
          But who knows what they sculpted there? If before the war there was a production of shells and mines, then they can use such an inheritance ... There are craftsmen making small arms in garages. so why not in Syria to be found by their craftsmen? Machine tools, drawings and blanks. The most difficult will be the manufacture of fuses, but there may be ready-made ones if this production already existed in the country ...
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            1. Admiral Ben Bow
              Admiral Ben Bow 12 October 2017 22: 14
              0
              Quote: lesabotage
              And if Ahmed sat there and filled gas cylinders with trotillum, then the news is not even worth a discussion.

              Well - they write that the plant ... But what about us. sitting talk ...
  6. Admiral Ben Bow
    Admiral Ben Bow 12 October 2017 20: 37
    +1
    Well, they destroyed it and it’s good ... Worse, the situation in Deira and Mayadin is still without significant changes. The igilas hold on and quite counterattack. They even take prisoners ... It’s true they don’t mess with them, they execute them. Syrian forces report success, Islamists deny this and report on their success ...
  7. Mikhail Zubkov
    Mikhail Zubkov 13 October 2017 00: 53
    0
    Where are our Tudypans, where are our Peonies? Why do not we see them, and our dear turntables are mercilessly exploited in Syria ?!
  8. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 13 October 2017 07: 01
    +1
    Why destroy what can be put out of action and restored after a short release.
    The words "factory destroyed" themselves cause bad associations. How many of them we destroyed. And there was no war.