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In Ukraine, there was a threat of closing Kharkov Kharkov MSC

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The Ukrainian state-owned enterprise Kharkiv Design Bureau of Mechanical Engineering named after A. Morozov is on the verge of closure due to the actions of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. This is stated by the press service of Ukroboronprom.


In Ukraine, there was a threat of closing Kharkov Kharkov MSC


Kharkiv KBM is moving on to a two-day working week. According to Ukroboronprom, the reason for this was the refusal of the Ukrainian military department to finance the further production and purchase of BTR-4 armored personnel carriers, the hulls of which are made of European standard armor. At the same time, the only manufacturer of cases LLC Lozovsky Forge-and-Mechanical Plant, which makes cases from the Ukrainian armor, cannot produce the required number of them.

The 85 Military Representative Office of the Ministry of Defense blocked the ability to produce BTR-4 corps from the European Union’s armored production system at the facilities of the KGBM and other Ukroboronprom enterprises

- said in a statement.

The concern emphasizes that by forbidding the KKBM to manufacture BTR-4 corps from the EU’s armor, the Ministry of Defense simultaneously imposed a fine of 82,3 million hryvnias (3,3 million dollars) on it for “non-fulfillment of the order” for these armored personnel carriers, since the enterprise is the only manufacturer of BTR-4 on Ukraine.

Also, Ukroboronprom accused the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense of stopping financing of "new types of armored vehicles", in particular, the modernization of the main combat tank.

In fact, KHKBM was left without an order to manufacture new equipment, without money to develop promising designs and the threat of receiving a multi-million fine, which would finally block the work of the enterprise

- emphasized in the Ukrainian concern.
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  1. Krilovchanin
    Krilovchanin 15 August 2019 08: 57
    +6
    Apparently, a good plot of HCBM occupies, perhaps, also in the city center.
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 15 August 2019 09: 20
      +4
      Quote: Krilovchanin
      Apparently, a good plot of HCBM occupies, perhaps, also in the city center.
      Yes you are right, but options are possible.
      The Ukrainian state-owned enterprise Kharkiv Design Bureau of Mechanical Engineering named after A. Morozov is on the verge of closure due to the actions of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. This is stated by the press service of Ukroboronprom.
      Who brought money to the MoD, the Chinese or the Turks? They closed the competitor, they will take out the specialists.
      1. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 15 August 2019 10: 06
        +2
        Ukrainian State Enterprise "Kharkov Design Bureau of Mechanical Engineering named after A. Morozov"
        That is the question, the enterprise is state-owned, so it needs to be "cut. The new government, but the" cut "is old.
    2. svp67
      svp67 15 August 2019 09: 26
      +2
      Quote: Krilovchanin
      Apparently, a good plot of HCBM occupies, perhaps, also in the city center.

      Well, not quite in the center, but the fact that this is a really good and most importantly "fat piece", in the light of their military hysteria, then yes. And now the main thing is who gets it.
    3. den3080
      den3080 15 August 2019 09: 45
      +5
      Well. In Russia, they discussed the transition to a 4-day working week, and we already jumped smile Yes, right 2 times.
      That is what real democracy, self-determination and guidedness mean.
      This is peramoga! Definitely!
      smile
    4. Sailor
      Sailor 15 August 2019 16: 48
      0
      Apparently yes, our Volgograd tractor also liked the housing developers, and so they went bankrupt and ruined. The last thing they did were "Octopuses".
  2. HAM
    HAM 15 August 2019 08: 58
    +7
    Fewer plants - less problems ....
    1. Lipchanin
      Lipchanin 15 August 2019 09: 08
      0
      Quote: HAM
      Fewer plants - less problems ....

      All the same, people scatter
    2. Svetlana
      Svetlana 15 August 2019 09: 42
      +4
      Quote: HAM
      Fewer plants - less problems ....

      For ordinary people, there are more problems. And it is the people who suffer from unemployment
  3. Artemiy_2
    Artemiy_2 15 August 2019 08: 59
    +14
    Decommunization is going according to plan. But seriously, it was obvious after the situation with Antonov. I think these events and the beginning of the modernization of the T-64 in Lviv gently hint at the de-industrialization of Kharkov
    1. Vol4ara
      Vol4ara 15 August 2019 09: 03
      +4
      Quote: Artemiy_2
      Decommunization is going according to plan. But seriously, it was obvious after the situation with Antonov. I think these events and the beginning of the modernization of the T-64 in Lviv gently hint at the de-industrialization of Kharkov

      Estonia 2.0, collapse industry and leave for Europe
    2. Krilovchanin
      Krilovchanin 15 August 2019 09: 07
      +1
      It is doubtful. The past 5 years have shown that in Ukraine it’s not a genius who sits on a genius and chases thoughts with a titan ... I think everything is much simpler: they will go bankrupt and sell in parts.
    3. svp67
      svp67 15 August 2019 09: 28
      +2
      Quote: Artemiy_2
      I think these events and the beginning of the modernization of the T-64 in Lviv gently hint at the de-industrialization of Kharkov

      Already not soft, but specifically. It can be seen with a naked eye that if deindustrialization is taking place in the east of Ukraine, then in the west of Ukraine, on the contrary, new industries are being built.
      1. Albert1988
        Albert1988 15 August 2019 16: 36
        0
        Quote: svp67
        in western Ukraine, on the contrary, they are building new industries.

        What a build! Unless they are trying to fix something on the already very broken-down ones ...
        1. svp67
          svp67 15 August 2019 16: 41
          +1
          Quote: Albert1988
          Unless they are trying to fix something on the already very broken-down ones ...

          Build, build. Mostly joint ventures with western firms. This is certainly not the Soviet giants, but before that it was not there either.
          1. Albert1988
            Albert1988 15 August 2019 16: 47
            0
            Quote: svp67
            Build, build. Mostly joint ventures with western firms. This is certainly not the Soviet giants, but before that it was not there either.

            That is, a screwdriver assembly of what the pan will allow ...
            That is the same, under the guise of producing new shells, they simply "paint" old Soviet shells, which are abundantly brought from Eastern Europe.
            As for the "modernization" of the T-64, then it will be like with the "Oplot M" - they will take a couple of old Soviet cars, install Western filling on them, which they can buy, and calm down on this, because there is no more money Will be. Or, in the case of "mass production" - they will take the old T-64s and paint them with new paint, along the way adding their own DZ, which, when detonated, causes such damage to the tank that it is almost guaranteed to disable it ...

            I mean, we must remember that the main goal of the West in this case is the FULL deindustrialization of Ukraine, no matter which Western or Eastern.

            And yes - "earlier" in the Lviv region, military enterprises were not very bad for themselves, they mainly had a "repair" and not a production direction. So, apparently, they are trying to somehow deal with these remnants of industry - to borrow loyal hulks ...
            1. svp67
              svp67 15 August 2019 16: 50
              0
              Quote: Albert1988
              I mean, we must remember that the main goal of the West in this case

              CREATION OF ANTIROSSIA. Here is their main task.
              Quote: Albert1988
              no matter what - western or eastern.

              Judging by what I saw and heard there, it seems that it is important. Apparently they take into account the possible scenario of the collapse of the country and the transition of its eastern part under our full influence, so they create a "desert" in it.
              1. Albert1988
                Albert1988 15 August 2019 16: 56
                0
                Quote: svp67
                CREATION OF ANTIROSSIA. Here is their main task.

                In this case, this task is completely failed, since modern Ukraine copes with the role of "anti-Russia" the same as a heroin addict who has long been on a needle, more like a skeleton covered with leather, with the role of a heavyweight boxer. Is that only in the information field this "anti-Russia" can throw a brown substance on the fan
                Quote: svp67
                Judging by what I saw and heard there, it seems that it is important. Apparently they take into account the possible scenario of the collapse of the country and the transition of its eastern part under our full influence, so they create a "desert" in it.

                First of all, they want to get rid of the potentially competitive, powerful industry - aviation, space and shipbuilding. It is clear that in modern Ukraine it is already in the pen, but many would like very much to completely ruin it all under the guise.
                And yes - to us, too, in this way to spoil completely.
    4. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 15 August 2019 10: 11
      +2
      Quote: Artemiy_2
      volvov gently hinting at the de-industrialization of Kharkov
      and the colonization of Ukraine.
    5. beeper
      beeper 15 August 2019 12: 45
      +1
      Fashington lackeys-Banderlog and "w / Bandera" are preparing for their "separation" into "Common Europe" and "America", therefore, they are destroying the entire industry and infrastructure of Eastern Ukraine!
      In the same way, their Nazi masters acted before fleeing from the occupied USSR, blowing up and destroying everything behind them, even railway tracks ...
      Even under Dioxin, banderlog military schools were moved to Galicia so that nothing was left in the East to train commanders!
  4. Ros 56
    Ros 56 15 August 2019 09: 04
    +3
    On the one hand it’s good, they won’t make weapons, on the other hand, but the people go to.
    1. Andrey Chistyakov
      Andrey Chistyakov 15 August 2019 09: 07
      +2
      Quote: Ros 56
      On the one hand it’s good, they won’t make weapons, on the other hand, but the people go to.

      Previously, they had to think when they shouted "Moskalyak on Gilyak" ...
      1. Ros 56
        Ros 56 15 August 2019 09: 13
        +3
        To some extent, I agree, but it is unlikely that the hard workers had time to run through the streets. Although of course they were different. After all, they mostly anneal young, stupid or too stubborn.
        1. Andrey Chistyakov
          Andrey Chistyakov 15 August 2019 09: 15
          -1
          Quote: Ros 56
          To some extent, I agree, but it is unlikely that the hard workers had time to run through the streets. Although of course they were different. After all, they mostly anneal young, stupid or too stubborn.

          The fruits of the collapse of the USSR in action. A new generation has grown up in hatred of Russia.
          In Georgia, for example, young people no longer know the Russian language. But English is well spoken.
          1. Ros 56
            Ros 56 15 August 2019 09: 21
            +3
            C'mon, is everyone like that in English and messing around? Tales of it all. I don’t argue who wants to learn the language, but about everyone, this is an excess. In the USSR did everyone learn foreign languages, did everyone master them after school and the institute?
            1. Fayter2017
              Fayter2017 15 August 2019 09: 24
              +3
              In the USSR, I taught grammar, but they did not learn to talk.
            2. Andrey Chistyakov
              Andrey Chistyakov 15 August 2019 09: 25
              +1
              Quote: Ros 56
              C'mon, is everyone like that in English and messing around? Tales of it all. I don’t argue who wants to learn the language, but about everyone, this is an excess. In the USSR did everyone learn foreign languages, did everyone master them after school and the institute?

              Okay not okay, but it is. In our city, where I live, there are a lot of Georgians "autolines" and taxi drivers. Age 45 and up. More or less, but they know Russian.
            3. Avior
              Avior 15 August 2019 09: 47
              +1
              In principle, the Georgian-language information field is small, and if really Russian has declined, then those who speak English will certainly grow in number - you need to get the information from somewhere.
              In this regard, Russian provides sufficient opportunities for obtaining information, the Russian-language information field is sufficient so that there is no need to learn English.
        2. Voyager
          Voyager 15 August 2019 09: 26
          +2
          The question is not whether they were on the Maidan. The question is why they were not on anti-Maidan.
          1. igorbrsv
            igorbrsv 15 August 2019 11: 48
            +2
            For the same reason as on the Maidan request. There was no time. Now there will be more free time. Those who do not get a third job
          2. beeper
            beeper 15 August 2019 13: 53
            +2
            Voyager, "Maidan" and "Maidanists" paid well and fed the kleptoligarchs interested in the coup d'etat and the beneficiaries of the colonization of Ukraine beyond the Cord. Therefore, the brought Galicia raguli lived and jumped carefree on the Kiev "Euromaidan"!
            To "be on anti-Maidan" also had to live on something and support their families, this is with the general poverty of the working Ukrainian population, the main enemy of the "Euromaidan"! It's like a workers' strike - without the help of the trade union, it will be fizzled out - from hunger!
            Moreover, by that time, the notorious Mazepians Yanek-Azarov, who had unleashed this treacherous (in relation to the aspirations of their voters!) Flywheel of "no alternative European integration" and the imminent signing of an enslaving "treaty on Euro-integration", which "cunningly" raised their "situational" allies-Galicia Banderva, few people in Eastern Ukraine believed, they were at the same time with Russophobes-Banderlog and clashed with them only for the division of money from the planned "uncontested" sale of us all to the pro-American "Euro-slavery" !!!

            The so-called "anti-Maidans" began to organize "regionals" only when they saw that, nurtured by them, the Galicia Banderlog completely "seized the initiative", and they themselves, led by Yanek-Azarov, were wiped off from "no alternative European integration" and the promised "thirty pieces of silver (at first they were promised 160 billion euros, and then - only 16 billion euros, so Yanek-Azarov, deceived "in their best European feelings", got outraged, tried to "bargain" with the hucksters, but it was not there - the fascinating neo-colonialists quickly found them a replacement from the "young" Bandera cheap stuff!) "for that!
            For the sake of "uncontested Euro-union" the mega-mercantile zaprodans Janek and his comrades contributed to the "Euromaidan", which, according to Yanukovych himself, he initially "applauded" - it was their common idea with the Galician "w / Bandera" , "in a Maidan way" to push through the bonded "Euroatsossiation", which was opposed by the majority of our working Ukrainian population!
            "Anti-Maidans" IN THEIR OWN SCENARIO and began to be organized by the authorities, "Yanukovtsy" only in order to bargain for a "place under the Eurosun" - it was pure profanation even in terms of organization - the authorities treated "anti-Maidans" people even worse than to " maydaunam ", since the hearts and thoughts of the curators, the" regionals "were aimed at" pocketing the allocated finances "and searching for any opportunity to lick the ass of the American" Maidanovodam ", who were not at all shy about giving directives to the" Yanukovtsy ", as they were distributing them to the" Maidanovtsy "!

            The "anti-Maidans" by the authorities (despite the fact that the constitutional "monopoly on violence" and all the legal power levers were in the hands of Yanukovych and his "power ministers"!) "Were organized" decoratively, for the appearance of "public opposition to the coup", so that there would not be a spontaneous anti-Maidan coup. self-organization of the population of Eastern Ukraine (as it later, too late because of these imperious "decorations", happened in Crimea, Donbass, Kharkov, Odessa, Zaporozhye, Dnepropetrovsk, ... except for the first two, brutally suppressed by pro-American "Euroatsossiators"!), which has already witnessed the growth of Russophobic radicalization of the population of Zapukria threatening our lives, including the unpunished mass seizures of arms arsenals by Bandera thugs and other Galician bandit rabble!
        3. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 15 August 2019 10: 15
          +2
          Quote: Ros 56
          but hardly the hard workers had time to run through the streets.

          Maybe those people who are from the USSR, then yes, but all those born after the collapse I think differently. I read their comments on the Russian flag in a Spanish restaurant and realized that they were not the right people.
  5. Non liberoid Russian
    Non liberoid Russian 15 August 2019 09: 15
    +1
    Yes, and Che ... America will help them))) their constant slogan, they will discard bu and will share on m60 in the steppes dissect
  6. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 15 August 2019 09: 18
    0
    When in MO the Ruins smell of money, then everything else is secondary.
  7. Fedor Sokolov
    Fedor Sokolov 15 August 2019 09: 30
    +1
    Well, the right thing is to save gas by reducing consumption, not to production.
  8. Irek
    Irek 15 August 2019 09: 31
    +2
    They will buy junk in Yavropy and Emeriki, at the price of a new one, and they will squeal as "Vesmirsnami".
  9. Vladimir Nizhegorodsky
    Vladimir Nizhegorodsky 15 August 2019 09: 36
    +1
    So these plants thanks to the saucepan and their dances and close.
    And besides, they refused to cooperate with Russia, canceled orders.
    All normal and healthy have long left.
    But it’s for the better.
    There will be less equipment for fomenting war in the Donbass.
    Extra shots at civilians and homes will be.
  10. Svetlana
    Svetlana 15 August 2019 09: 36
    +2
    The problem is wider than the refusal of funding by the military department. The military department, in other words, the Defense Ministry, as a result of the revolution of hydrology, simply has no money. Gotcha.
    Whether there will still be oy-oy (s)
  11. Avior
    Avior 15 August 2019 09: 42
    +1
    I think all claims will be removed as soon as the KBM really gets under the control of someone from the team of the new president
    That’s why they started
    1. Vladimir Nizhegorodsky
      Vladimir Nizhegorodsky 15 August 2019 09: 47
      +2
      Here it’s probably right to write from Poroshenko’s control under the control of Zelensky’s team member, or rather, under Kolomoysky’s control.
      1. Avior
        Avior 15 August 2019 09: 58
        -1
        Well, something like that
        Formally, both Morozov’s Design Bureau and Ukroboronprom are state-owned enterprises, so there’s no question of changing ownership
        1. Vladimir Nizhegorodsky
          Vladimir Nizhegorodsky 15 August 2019 10: 12
          0
          State-owned enterprises may have partners and suppliers who will make extortionate margins and intercept all orders.
          And actually they do so at such enterprises.
  12. prior
    prior 15 August 2019 10: 09
    +1
    You are on the right track, former comrades!
    Close factories! Long live the ecology!
  13. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 15 August 2019 10: 52
    +1
    "Kharkiv KBM" is switching to a two-day working week.
    The next step is bankruptcy with subsequent consequences: sale at a cheap price to the new owner, or conservation of the enterprise for an indefinite period. We have already passed this in the 90s and even in the 2000s.
  14. APASUS
    APASUS 15 August 2019 10: 58
    0
    With the advent of Zelensky in Ukraine, nothing has changed! All the same, oligarchic groups are sawing the budget, lobbying for deals, selling and buying profitable enterprises.
  15. Evil 55
    Evil 55 15 August 2019 11: 30
    +1
    Sorry ... Koshkin M.I. and Morozov A.A. Prophesied a completely different perspective ..
  16. Berkut24
    Berkut24 15 August 2019 11: 38
    +3
    It has always been a mystery to me, what is Ukrainian patriotism all the same?
    1. igorbrsv
      igorbrsv 15 August 2019 11: 54
      +2
      Not a single good rhyme to pick up wassat
    2. beeper
      beeper 15 August 2019 14: 28
      +1
      Berkut24, there is nothing "mysterious"! wink
      Whoever seems to the "ukropatriots" to be stronger and more dangerous personally, at the moment they will serve in a servile manner - if they satisfy their "masochistic complexes", then they will serve practically for free, if one does not forget to give the master's "kick (kick)" about and without!
      Only such a "motsny pan" gave the slack and appeared "more dangerous and powerful (including locally, as it was in the Crimea with the" ukropatriots "in power, with the emerging power of Russia)" his rival, "ukropatriots" right there, without any twinges , will turn over to the side of the stronger and will completely forget about the mercies of their master's past (as was the case with the "patriotic" Ukrainian nationalists, who immediately deserted to the service of the Anglo-Saxons after death, as the Ukronatsiks and their Metropolitan Sheptytsky wrote: "his venerable and essential and Vilnius Hitler's Europe "and the defeat of Hitler's Germany!)!
  17. aszzz888
    aszzz888 15 August 2019 12: 33
    +1
    "Kharkiv KBM" switches to a two-day working week

    Europa will fall with envy! laughing
  18. Vitas
    Vitas 15 August 2019 13: 13
    0
    "Kharkiv KBM" is switching to a two-day working week.

    Only Russia was going to work 4 days, and Ukraine was ahead and improved the trend! laughing
  19. ficus2003
    ficus2003 15 August 2019 23: 29
    0
    Them all of them there is bursting inside from inside and therefore burst factories like soap bubbles.
  20. cat Rusich
    cat Rusich 16 August 2019 23: 58
    0
    In the summer, a 2-day working week is normal for residents of Ukraine. You can work in the garden, more profit ... yes
  21. Alexander Barinov
    Alexander Barinov 17 August 2019 06: 15
    0
    Ukraine is no more, there is a sheer bitch Ukraine *. Note: Donbass is ours for the Russian Federation.