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The more military equipment is destroyed in Ukraine, the less desire European countries have to supply

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During the ongoing special military operation, missile strikes continue on key military infrastructure facilities in Ukraine. Over the past few days, strikes against facilities that concentrate foreign military equipment delivered to Ukrainian territory have been especially intensified.


On the eve of the blows were inflicted on military facilities in the Nikolaev region. According to preliminary data, the places of storage of equipment, which was transferred by the countries of the West, were destroyed.

As it became known, strikes using the Iskander operational-tactical missile system (OTRK) were also carried out on a military facility in the Kharkiv region. According to some information, we are talking about an object on the territory of which preparations were made for the combat use of weapons and equipment supplied by foreign "partners" of Ukraine.

Launches on an object in the Kharkiv region were carried out at night. In this regard, it can be expected that specific data on targets hit will be presented in the morning report of the Russian Ministry of Defense.



Against the backdrop of increasing reports of the destruction of military equipment supplied from NATO countries, it became known that the Greek authorities had suspended the shipment to Ukraine of BMP-1s previously agreed to be delivered. According to some reports, this Soviet-style armored vehicles can be delivered to Kyiv no earlier than at the end of July. The German Bild published material that such a decision was made by the Greek Ministry of Defense in connection with the refusal of the German government to supply Ukraine with Tanks and other heavy equipment. The Greek military department says that "in the current situation, when Germany, having promised to replace the BMP-1 with the Marder, does not deliver, it is not yet possible to send the BMP-1 to Ukraine." We are talking about several dozen BMP-1s that Germany (after unification) sold to Greece earlier - from the arsenals of the GDR army.

It also became known that Spain "suspended" the transfer of heavy equipment to Ukraine. In particular, we are talking about the German Leopard-2 tanks previously promised to Kyiv.

It turns out that the more military equipment is destroyed (including by missile strikes) in Ukraine, the less willing European countries are to make deliveries.
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  1. Vladimir_2U
    Vladimir_2U 8 June 2022 06: 38
    +28
    Closer to the Polish border, it would still be possible to do this, but on railway platforms.
    1. Shurik70
      Shurik70 8 June 2022 07: 01
      +6
      And I wonder how many of the captured trophies were actually sold by Ukrainians?
      After all, it is obvious that selling, even for 1% of the real value, is much more profitable than trying to apply the technique at the risk of life.
      And ours, I believe, will not refuse such a deal.
      It is more profitable, of course, to sell to the Kurds or the Irish, where you can catch up to 5% of the cost. But it is necessary to have connections, to share with the right people. And the Russians here, nearby, you can shout, and they will buy it at retail.
      And even for humane and humanitarian reasons, this is a worthy deal.
      1. Vladimir_2U
        Vladimir_2U 8 June 2022 07: 27
        +1
        Quote: Shurik70
        And even for humane and humanitarian reasons, this is a worthy deal.
        I’m afraid the SBU-shniks with the YUS-an curators and other Nazis won’t let / give, they’re already cheering up the Armed Forces of Ukraine with shots from behind, and here’s the equipment!
        Although you can come up with schemes with a supply under impact, for money.
    2. Sergey Kuzmin
      Sergey Kuzmin 8 June 2022 08: 22
      +8
      Closer to the Polish border, it would still be possible to do this, but on railway platforms.
      right. in general, it is necessary to disable all traction railway electrical substations along the borders of Ukraine with NATO countries in order to completely stop the electrified railway communication. And those cargoes that will be dragged by diesel locomotives to carefully study. If military cargo is found there, destroy it on the railway tracks along with diesel locomotives
    3. vik669
      vik669 8 June 2022 14: 14
      +1
      Closer to the Polish border, it would still be possible to do this, and it will be cheaper for Ukraine on the Polish side of the border!
  2. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 8 June 2022 06: 40
    +15
    the more military equipment is destroyed (including by missile strikes) in Ukraine, the less willing European countries are to make deliveries.
    Rather, the less and less often the expectations of suppliers to replace the equipment they have delivered with more modern NATO equipment come true, the less the desire to rush delivery. You can't strengthen your army with empty promises.
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 12 June 2022 09: 31
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Rather, the less and less often the expectations of suppliers to replace the equipment they have delivered with more modern NATO equipment come true, the less the desire to rush delivery. You can't strengthen your army with empty promises.

      Moreover, they TRANSFER equipment and weapons to Kyiv as "humanitarian aid" and the issue of compensation for this is somehow blurred, and they need to BUY modern US equipment from their own pocket
  3. riwas
    riwas 8 June 2022 06: 49
    +1
    The more military equipment is destroyed in Ukraine, the less desire European countries have to supply

    So the stock of weapons in Europe is not rubber, again, bad advertising of weapons also costs money, and Russia gains combat experience in destroying these weapons.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 8 June 2022 06: 55
      +2
      Quote: riwas
      So the stock of weapons in Europe is not rubber, again, bad advertising for weapons also costs money,

      That's it! So you can "demilitarize" your army. Better to slow down. And you can promise anything.
  4. Okakakiev
    Okakakiev 8 June 2022 06: 52
    0
    I don’t understand, why should European countries give away their equipment should there be compensation?
    Why should Germany and the Netherlands with Denmark and Norway?
    1. Nastia makarova
      Nastia makarova 8 June 2022 07: 57
      +3
      now there is no compensation and therefore they do not give
  5. couch
    couch 8 June 2022 06: 55
    +2
    European countries should pay us to dispose of their unusable military equipment! not sickly settled down to hand over scrap metal at our expense!
    1. paul3390
      paul3390 8 June 2022 07: 17
      +2
      There is also the other side of the coin - we are also losing equipment, spending high-precision expensive ammunition, and most importantly - alas, we are losing priceless personnel .. And also - damn NATO is looking very carefully at what and how we are doing. Studying our capabilities, which are revealed in battles. And urgently developing response measures ..
    2. Nikon O'Conor
      Nikon O'Conor 12 June 2022 22: 36
      0
      Don't worry, neither the Russians nor the Donetsk Russians, let alone the Ukrainian Russians, will not leave the metal to rot in the fields.. Everything will be bought up. The main thing is that unexploded shells do not dig for blossoms ...
  6. Mordvin 3
    Mordvin 3 8 June 2022 06: 59
    0
    And here I am sitting and thinking, before they used to shoot with calibers, now Iskanders have gone into business. What's next? Sarmatians with poplars?
    1. Vladimir_2U
      Vladimir_2U 8 June 2022 08: 49
      0
      Quote: Mordvin 3
      And here I am sitting and thinking, before they used to shoot with calibers, now Iskanders have gone into business.

      It roughly sounds like: "Here they started with rifles, and now they shoot with machine guns, what's next, will tanks be used?" The missiles have approximately the same warheads, the difference in range and carriers and possibly the price, and I think that the 9M723 is cheaper than the cruise one.
    2. Grits
      Grits 8 June 2022 13: 30
      0
      Quote: Mordvin 3
      And here I am sitting and thinking, they used to shoot with calibers, now the Iskanders have gone into business

      The caliber flies further, it can be saved for the western regions. And in Kharkov and Iskander enough.
      1. Diverter
        Diverter 8 June 2022 16: 03
        +2
        If he were in charge, he would first empty our warehouses from the Moons, Elbrus and Points. Of course, if they are stored there. Along the way, I would experience something new. And only then would I let the entrance of Eskander, etc.
        1. Alex777
          Alex777 12 June 2022 18: 06
          +1
          If he were in charge, he would first empty our warehouses from the Moons, Elbrus and Points.

          These are no longer there. And there are plenty of X-22s - they are allowed.
          X-32 and Caliber are protected.
          Calibers, in total, about 300 launched.
          1. Diverter
            Diverter 13 June 2022 23: 40
            +1
            thank you for the info
  7. Skipper
    Skipper 8 June 2022 07: 51
    +4
    Judging by how much Germany already has to supply heavy equipment to all those in need to replace those given to the ukrovermacht ... then the Germans will hunchback for 500 years only for these endurements.
    1. Okakakiev
      Okakakiev 8 June 2022 08: 11
      -1
      Is it free? Aren't the Germans compensated for this?
      1. Nastia makarova
        Nastia makarova 8 June 2022 08: 50
        0
        the Germans will sell
  8. Arkady007
    Arkady007 8 June 2022 08: 13
    +2
    There would still be a simple detail for the capitalists to understand. Ukraine has already exported more grain than it had in the bins. The question is what did she take out inside the grain? And where did ISIS Javelins come from?
  9. Roust
    Roust 8 June 2022 08: 45
    0
    Something has recently begun to stir in the brains of Westerners, by the fall, they will probably grow wiser.
  10. Maximus196723
    Maximus196723 8 June 2022 08: 55
    +1
    It turns out that the more military equipment is destroyed (including by missile strikes) in Ukraine, the less willing European countries are to make deliveries.


    What is most interesting is that for the rejection of Russian gas and oil, many industries, including the military, stop production and replace the supplied weapons to countries such as the Czech Republic, Poland and others that supplied weapons to the USSR in exchange for German weapons, it seems impossible, at least in the near future time.
    1. sailor roman
      sailor roman 8 June 2022 19: 18
      0
      You're right. The Germans of modern Leopards have only two hundred left, the rest is rubbish. In modern conditions, they cannot even provide their own aircraft. And no one is going to pay them for Zele's military supplies. That's why they make suggestions...
  11. aszzz888
    aszzz888 8 June 2022 09: 17
    0

    Launches on an object in the Kharkiv region were carried out at night. In this regard, it can be expected that specific data on targets hit will be presented in the morning report of the Russian Ministry of Defense.
    Grinding NATO gifts good . Later we will listen to Gen./Lt. V. Konoshenko.
  12. Yarik
    Yarik 8 June 2022 10: 33
    0
    I think that this is most likely not the case. And that the economy is on its knees, and they can't admit it openly.
  13. Veniamin Taskaev
    Veniamin Taskaev 8 June 2022 10: 46
    +1
    captured equipment must be exhibited in Moscow at the embassies of those countries that delivered it.
  14. Alexandr2637
    Alexandr2637 8 June 2022 12: 26
    0
    Quote: Veniamin Taskaev
    captured equipment must be exhibited in Moscow at the embassies of those countries that delivered it

    Better INSTEAD of the embassy .....
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  16. Dmitry Donyakin
    Dmitry Donyakin 8 June 2022 16: 22
    +1
    There is only one way to put military equipment on 404: together with NATO troops. Everything else is profanity. The worst thing about all this is that a significant part of the Western elites sincerely believe in this. That you can actually put this technique. It speaks volumes about their level of intelligence. But they are empowered to make decisions. And those who are smarter just saw all these lards. Something put exclusively for the "picture". Powder the brains of their townsfolk. Information has already passed that even elementary howitzers have to be transported to Poland for repairs. How else? What is the conclusion from this? We need to resolve this issue once and for all. Let's stop, give them the opportunity to switch to NATO standards, and then, in 15-20 years, there will be a new WWII. With millions of victims.
  17. Russs05
    Russs05 8 June 2022 17: 34
    0
    Pepper is clear: weapons go into a bottomless pit, and soon the bankrupt country of Ukraine will have nothing to pay. No money - no tanks.
  18. nordscout
    nordscout 8 June 2022 17: 49
    0
    Europe! You give weapons and other military equipment on the battlefield in Ukraine!!! True, Russia will take into account everything and everything and will ask from everyone who participated in this "anti-Russian Sabbath" "according to the Hamburg account" in the near future !!! Russian "answers" can be very painful and socially significant for you .... You have time to think and not bow to sleepy Joe ....
  19. Andrey Greshny
    Andrey Greshny 8 June 2022 18: 42
    0
    Well, it’s always nice to win something.