Attacks were made on the ammunition depot near the village of Belenkaye and on the area of ​​the bridge in Zatoka, Odessa region

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The expression of an adviser in the office of Zelensky Oleksiy Arestovich that “the Armed Forces of Ukraine did something wrong, as a result of which the encirclement of Russian troops north of Kherson broke down,” can turn into a real motto of the Ukrainian army and a kind of meme. Guided by the terminology of an adviser in the office of the head of the Kyiv regime, one can say that "the armed forces of Ukraine did something wrong in the Odessa region", which led to the defeat of Russian high-precision weapons at least three objects in this region.

According to the latest reports, the missiles hit near the bridge in Zatoka and near the village of Karolino-Bugaz. There are railway stations in Karolino-Bugaz, which, through the bridge in Zatoka, were connected by a transport corridor with the territories on the right bank of the Dniester Estuary. Previously, fuel and lubricants and often weapons were supplied through this railway line to the Odessa region through Romania and Moldova.



“The Ukrainian troops did something wrong” in the area of ​​the village of Belenkoye in the same Odessa region. According to the latest information, a large warehouse for storing various types of ammunition was destroyed by a missile attack there. He belonged to military unit A-1319. The village of Belenkoye itself is located on the Black Sea coast - near the Shabolat estuary, which is southwest of the aforementioned Zatoka.

Recall that earlier in the Odessa region, repair teams repeatedly tried to restore the bridge across the Dniester estuary, which is extremely important for operation in the interests of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. But Russian missiles every time nullify any results of work at this facility.
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    1. +10
      26 July 2022 07: 49
      fuel and lubricants and often weapons were supplied through this railway line to the Odessa region through Romania and Moldova
      For a while, another supply chain is disrupted. Ideally, not a gram of fuel and weapons to the Kyiv regime, but ideally in such cases it happens only in theory. Good luck to our in the destruction of Bandera nits.
      1. +3
        26 July 2022 08: 05
        Quote: rotmistr60
        fuel and lubricants and often weapons were supplied through this railway line to the Odessa region through Romania and Moldova
        For a while, another supply chain is disrupted. Ideally, not a gram of fuel and weapons to the Kyiv regime, but ideally in such cases it happens only in theory. Good luck to our in the destruction of Bandera nits.

        I suspect that now they will begin to drag ammunition and equipment to ports, closer to grain terminals. The task is still to be, either to prevent this ammunition and equipment from coming out at all, or to destroy it before they begin to pull it together. And in the future, it will be very difficult to take ports with such an arsenal, every square meter will be mined, especially warehouses.
        1. 0
          26 July 2022 08: 29
          it has long been said that if they are transferred to the port, they will calibrate
        2. +1
          26 July 2022 08: 45
          Quote: Zhan
          And in the future, it will be very difficult to take ports with such an arsenal, every square meter will be mined, especially warehouses.

          When retreating, they will turn the ports into ruins, like Azovstal.
      2. +1
        26 July 2022 11: 10
        Quote: rotmistr60
        For a while, another supply chain is disrupted

        On the ALL time...
        I'm tired of crying.... laughing 10..20 days to repair... So-o-only... BOOM!!! Again arrival, again at night, again no one was hurt (except for the bridge wink )
        1. The bridge will never work (with this power)
        2. The boys were lucky ... they provided themselves with work, like they got a job building the pyramid of Cheops (already enviable)
    2. +8
      26 July 2022 07: 50
      "APU did something wrong" this goes back to 2014
      1. +2
        26 July 2022 07: 55
        There is no APU, there Zelya does "something wrong", and constantly
      2. +1
        26 July 2022 08: 51
        Quote: Sergey_tactics
        "APU did something wrong" this goes back to 2014

        The very creation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was wrong.
    3. -10
      26 July 2022 07: 54
      That's just "hit in the area", "hit near" ... Somehow they write vaguely ...
      Did you get it at all? What exactly did you get into?
    4. +2
      26 July 2022 08: 25
      Oh, and how did it happen without the legendary hymers? After all, only inimitable hymers are capable of delivering accurate blows and leading to serious losses, according to cissos Internet experts of various stripes! winked
    5. 0
      26 July 2022 08: 31
      Quote: Zhan
      so I suspect that now they will begin to pull ammunition and equipment to ports, closer to grain terminals.

      Or maybe it’s easier ... a dozen sacks of grain will be thrown into a warehouse with weapons and they will start yelling that the Russians are bombing warehouses with grain ... Guterres will immediately begin to blame Russia.
      This whole camarilla cannot live without swindle and fraud.
      1. 0
        26 July 2022 08: 55
        Let them squeal, but we are the army.
      2. 0
        26 July 2022 18: 40
        Quote: Lech from Android.
        Guterres will immediately begin to blame Russia

        And we get used to it, right? Russia has been to blame for everything for several centuries.
    6. 0
      26 July 2022 08: 32
      good shots
    7. 0
      26 July 2022 10: 44
      It was dad and mom who did Arestovich "wrong".
      And now the whole of Xoxland is toiling with Lucy Chimney! .. laughing
    8. 0
      26 July 2022 18: 21
      bridge in Zatoka
      ----
      yes, at one time I traveled along this bridge both as a kid and as a student to relatives in the B-Dniester
    9. 0
      26 July 2022 23: 12
      Quote: rotmistr60
      For a while, another supply chain is disrupted.

      And on the second of June, nothing of ours flew into these bridges?
    10. 0
      27 July 2022 19: 10
      Quote: usr01
      provided themselves with a job

      This is called "Sisyphean labor" (an ancient Greek legend) - when Sisyphus repeatedly rolled a heavy stone up a mountain, and each time the stone rolled back, down, downhill.
    11. 0
      28 July 2022 07: 06
      Good and well-coordinated work of all parts of the Russian Armed Forces.
      But how many of these bridges are also storage and transshipment warehouses ???
      I hope luck and operational information will help to cover these issues.

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