A photo published by the Ukrainian military proves the defeat of the weapons and ammunition depot in Konstantinovka by Russian troops

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A photo published by the Ukrainian military proves the defeat of the weapons and ammunition depot in Konstantinovka by Russian troops

Despite the prohibition of the Kyiv authorities against Ukrainians to publish photo and video evidence of the results of strikes by Russian troops, such information still appears on the network. One of the photos tells a lot about exactly what object one of the strikes was inflicted in the city of Konstantinovka, occupied by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Initially, a protege of the Kyiv regime in Konstantinovka traditionally announced that a Russian missile "hit a civilian object." And then the Ukrainian side published footage from this object on the network, indicating that it was “civilian” only in the propaganda reports of the local illegal “authority”.



On the frame, you can see an area of ​​at least a couple of hundred square meters, which is fairly burned out and which is littered with numerous ammunition and their fragments. Among other things, these are dozens of grenade launchers, including ammunition for RPGs and NATO-made grenade launchers. You can also see unexploded mortar mines, tubes from grenade launchers and hand-held flamethrower systems.

There are two Ukrainian soldiers on the territory with unexploded ordnance, whose tasks, apparently, include "demining" - the collection of unexploded mines and grenades.

This is evidence that the Russian troops in Konstantinovka delivered a scoring blow, destroying the ammunition depot and weapons APU.
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      1. +1
        April 8 2023 18: 30
        Judging by the photo, the explosion is not very strong, the neighboring buildings are standing. If there was a decent ammunition depot, then this place was a lunar landscape.
    2. -4
      April 8 2023 17: 05
      So sigh the same booths more than such vzneskiv trimayut!)))
  2. +9
    April 8 2023 16: 59
    200 sq.m. this is somewhere 14x14 meters. It is clear that the blow is effective, but it seems to be a "near little convoy". Work brothers...
  3. +8
    April 8 2023 17: 05
    There are two Ukrainian soldiers on the territory with unexploded ordnance, whose tasks, apparently, include "demining" - the collection of unexploded mines and grenades.

    Not two, but three, one eccentric is still taking pictures, so that later the relatives would see the last minutes of their lives.
  4. -11
    April 8 2023 17: 57
    The photo impressed - the next ruins, it does not confirm anything. To have a full confirmation, you need a video where detonation is visible.
    1. +4
      April 8 2023 18: 25
      Quote: Mikhail-Ivanov
      need a video showing the detonation

      Give you a "detonation video" - you will again say that "nothing is clear and does not confirm anything." ICSH, you will be absolutely right good
      1. +3
        April 8 2023 18: 31
        These are bots, they have a new program.
        The text of your comment is too short and in the opinion of the site administration does not carry useful information
    2. 0
      April 12 2023 20: 06
      So go ahead and take it off. And over and over again scold the Ukrainians why they shoot badly.
  5. +3
    April 8 2023 18: 31
    Quote: Mikhail-Ivanov
    The photo impressed - the next ruins, it does not confirm anything. To have a full confirmation, you need a video where detonation is visible.

    Did a bunch of whole mortar mines appear there by itself? I saw dozens.
    1. -1
      April 8 2023 23: 12
      And why are mortar mines intact?
      They are very sensitive - they detonate easily.
      1. -1
        April 10 2023 11: 03
        if stored since the last war, they may not "feel".
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        April 10 2023 11: 15
        Quote: voyaka uh
        And why are mortar mines intact?
        They are very sensitive - they detonate easily.

        Mines are sensitive after being fired. After the detonation, some of the mines exploded, some of them cocked and are waiting for a strike. Demining such "wealth" is not the best thing to do, a lot of people went to explore other worlds after getting acquainted with these ammunition. hi
  6. 0
    April 12 2023 17: 16
    Excuse me, but I can put up a couple of dozen of these photos in a peaceful city, in Russia, in the Rostov region .. Somehow in the city there was a program for eviction from emergency housing, the buildings were not demolished, the order is as in the photo. It’s scary to walk by! hi

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