Ukrainian media publish footage of the consequences of a strike by the Russian Armed Forces on the police department in Krivoy Rog

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Ukrainian media publish footage of the consequences of a strike by the Russian Armed Forces on the police department in Krivoy Rog

The Russian Armed Forces launched a missile strike on a facility in the city of Krivoy Rog. Details of the strike are published by Ukrainian media, citing local authorities.

According to the Ukrainian press, the attack hit the building that housed the national police department in Krivoy Rog. As a result of the strike, as we can see in photographs published by the Ukrainian press, the police department building was very badly damaged. The photographs also included police cars destroyed or damaged by shrapnel.



Ukrainian media also name the number of victims - this is already about 40 people, a little earlier it was reported about 32 victims. It is not yet clear whether only police were in the building, or whether it was also used to house Ukrainian military personnel. It is likely that the police department could also have some kind of command post for Ukrainian formations.




In any case, the national police of Ukraine is a power structure that takes part in the confrontation with the Russian army, in the persecution of citizens who do not agree with the Kiev regime, or are suspected of pro-Russian sentiments.


Let us note that, in addition to the strike on a police facility in Krivoy Rog, Russian troops attacked military targets in Sumy and in the occupied Ukrainian Armed Forces city of Zaporozhye (Russian Zaporozhye region).
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    1. +9
      8 September 2023
      It’s really unclear why they are publishing these footage in Ukraine? It seems that the police are also involved in catching potential leopard drivers. So in Ukraine, some people are having a holiday today.
      1. +1
        8 September 2023
        Quote: tralflot1832
        It is really not clear why these footage is being published in Ukraine?

        In addition, they prohibit such publications
    2. +8
      8 September 2023
      Down and Out trouble started.
      What about other departments, police stations, and military registration and enlistment offices? In Kyiv, the controls are close to Sofia, but the accuracy of Geraniums and Calibers makes it quite possible to strike.
      1. +9
        8 September 2023
        Actually, Krivoy Rog is full of facilities that are subject to liquidation. Mining and processing plants, a metallurgical plant
        1. 0
          11 September 2023
          .GOK, metallurgical plant

          There may be a lot of objects that are subject to liquidation, but the ones you listed cannot be touched.
      2. -8
        8 September 2023
        I feel sorry for the women of this city. It’s a shame to be crooked when looking at a beautiful face in the mirror. If I were the Kyiv authorities, I would first of all rename this city, and not Dnepropetrovsk. Although many here also think that St. Petersburg and especially Yekaterinburg are named in honor of the Tsar and Empress, and not in honor of the Apostle Peter and the Holy Martyr Catherine. lol
        1. +4
          8 September 2023
          Quote: Saburov_Alexander53
          Although many here think that St. Petersburg and especially Yekaterinburg are named in honor of the Tsar and Empress, and not in honor of the Apostle Peter and the Holy Martyr Catherine.

          "... a new fortress, which was built in the Ugric province near the Iset River, and in it factories with various factories and manufactories, was named after Ekaterinburg, for the memory of eternal generations and for the eternal glory of Her Majesty, the most merciful Empress..." (quote from document of those times, if anything...)
          You, of course, have the right to think that St. Petersburg and the name of the founder coincided completely by accident... That is. without intent laughing
          1. 0
            9 September 2023
            Hagen (Hagen), I know that the intent in the name, of course, was and the city would never have been named after the Apostle Peter if the king had a different name. It’s the same with Yekaterinburg. But officially it is believed that the cities are named after saints, and not the king and empress. Look into any reference book or encyclopedia, and the document you cited reflects only the mood of the subjects of that time, but not the official status. lol
            The number of "minuses" under my comment only confirms the fact that I said that many people think so ... and you are there too!
        2. +2
          9 September 2023
          But I still like to think that these cities are named after the king and queen. Yes, it really is. If the king and queen had been called differently, then the cities would have been named after other saints. Those whose names the autocrats would bear.
          1. 0
            10 September 2023
            But I still like to think,
            Putnik_2 (Putnik Putnik, continue to think so, no one will forbid you from doing this!!! And I have no doubt that you will be in the majority of our citizens who think the same way and immediately wrote about it. As I wrote about the connection in the names of cities with names of rulers. But only connection and nothing more. And if there had been King Thomas (one of the 12 apostles), the city would have been called St. Thomasburg.
            It is more interesting to imagine which of the saints would have been found if the king’s name was Vasily or Alexei? laughing
    3. +2
      8 September 2023
      Urine of horned cattle GARBAGE!!! Death to garbage!
    4. -1
      8 September 2023
      The thieves probably brought it on! An hour of joy!!!
    5. +5
      8 September 2023
      Dill have long been trying to strike at police stations, so this is a normal phenomenon, especially considering that the police are participating in raids to catch those who do not want to serve in the Armed Forces and deserters. These are not civilian objects during war.
    6. +5
      8 September 2023
      I've been writing for a long time. It is necessary to destroy the leadership of 404 up to the level of “Head of Administration” and “Chief of Police”...... this will make the rear areas less manageable and decentralize 404.
    7. 52
      -2
      8 September 2023
      I hope they calibrated who they needed, and not just ordinary Nazi policemen. Although they were also needed as accomplices of the Nazi regime.
    8. +6
      8 September 2023
      Why only in Krivoy Rog and only by the police? Such blows should be inflicted on any structures of power and control throughout the territory of Ukraine, when this country is paralyzed, then the war will end.
      1. 0
        8 September 2023
        Quote: Yuri Vasiliev
        Why only in Krivoy Rog and only by the police?

        Some kind of headquarters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was located in the police department, so it arrived.
    9. +1
      8 September 2023
      It was certainly a good ballistic hit, and the police are a military target in any war.
    10. HAM
      +2
      8 September 2023
      ".... In any case, the national police of Ukraine is a law enforcement agency...."

      These words sound like an excuse for what was done.... There is no need to make excuses - everyone is an enemy there.... the attack was not on a school or a store...
    11. +3
      8 September 2023
      Great news!
      If we had been concerned about this process from the first day, then the Russian police, or the militia of the Republics, would have been in these buildings long ago.
      Bandera policemen are the same criminals as the SBU and the Wehrmacht.
    12. -3
      8 September 2023
      There is no need to rush with such news before the statement of the Russian Ministry of Defense, otherwise it will suddenly turn out that there were many civilians there after all in the morning and it will turn out that it was the Ukrainians who fired at themselves, as was the case with Konstantinovka.
      1. 0
        8 September 2023
        they were there... just like the policemen, who are not on the front line, but quite the opposite.
    13. 0
      8 September 2023
      I think in place of the newly retired, there will be a queue to join the service. They will send the police to the front, it is not yet clear, but to catch the Leopard drivers, you can sit quietly in the rear
    14. -6
      8 September 2023
      and what does the police have to do with them?) as long as it’s anywhere. so another generator with a substation... the same effect)
      1. +1
        8 September 2023
        Quote from Twilight Elf
        а policemen what does that have to do with yours?)

        О Ukrainian policemen very much to do with it. We remember that in Babi Yar, even under the supervision of their German masters, they committed atrocities Ukrainian policemen. Khatyn - again, under the leadership of the Germans Ukrainian policemen. These are just iconic places where the ancestors of today Ukrainian policemen checked in. So to speak, Geheime Feldpolizei-2.0 was killed, even if they are now led by the Anglo-Saxons... good
      2. +1
        9 September 2023
        What do Kripo, Zipo, Shupo and Gestapo have to do with it? Absolutely nothing to do with it.
        1. 0
          9 September 2023
          Quote: lelik613
          What do Kripo, Zipo, Shupo and Gestapo have to do with it? Absolutely nothing to do with it.

          Well, it wasn’t me who asked the question about the Ukrainian policemen. I simply clarified where and when the Ukrainian police showed themselves. Now, with your, like, erudition, look at the organizations you listed and the Ukrainian police...
    15. +1
      8 September 2023
      The Russian Armed Forces launched a missile attack on a facility in the city of Krivoy Rog.....According to the Ukrainian press, the attack was carried out on the building that housed the national police department in Krivoy Rog. As a result of the strike, as we can see in photographs published by the Ukrainian press, the police department building was very badly damaged.
      And what does the Russian Armed Forces have to do with it? After all, the photo clearly shows that The air conditioner exploded located between the 4th and 5th window (counting from the left) on the second floor!!!
    16. 0
      8 September 2023
      And how many policemen died there? I hope a lot.
    17. 0
      9 September 2023
      in the occupied Ukrainian Armed Forces city of Zaporozhye

      in order to occupy it they must at least leave it
      otherwise St. Petersburg can be declared occupied
      American am
    18. +1
      10 September 2023
      “Bucha” is no longer relevant, we need something new and figures from the EU will flock to the excursion! lol

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