In Bulgaria, a fragment of a drone with an object resembling ammunition was found on the Black Sea coast

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In Bulgaria, a fragment of a drone with an object resembling ammunition was found on the Black Sea coast

A fragment of an unmanned aerial vehicle with an object resembling ammunition attached to it was discovered on the territory of Bulgaria. This was reported by the Bulgarian Ministry of Defense.

A fragment of the UAV was found on the Black Sea coast, near the boat pier in Tyulenovo, not far from the Romanian border. Now to the site where the wreckage was found drone Specialists from the Bulgarian military department left. They must study the object and then dispose of it.



Previously fragments drones were discovered on the territory of Romania, bordering Ukraine. Ukrainian media immediately began to claim that these were Russian “Geranis” (in Ukraine they are called “Shaheds”, hinting at their Iranian origin, which was not confirmed by statements from both the Russian Federation and Tehran). Romanian authorities initially denied that these were fragments of Russian drones, but then changed their position.


The Romanian military department said that they could begin to shoot down Russian drones if they pose a threat to Romanian territory. Now it is possible that the Bulgarian military department will also make a statement regarding the fall of the drone debris.

Russia is using UAVs to attack the military-used port infrastructure of Izmail and Reni, as well as other Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea and Danube. Romanian authorities claim that the falling of drone fragments is not an act of aggression, but represents random incidents. This indicates the reluctance of NATO countries to enter into further escalation with Russia.
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    1. +3
      18 September 2023
      Maybe Kirkorov dropped it?......................... but seriously, such provocations will become more and more frequent, the goal is to inflate NATO’s full-scale participation in the conflict .
      1. 0
        18 September 2023
        For such games, the Hoch Lama can easily fly to the lobeshnik from NatY.
    2. +2
      18 September 2023
      Isn’t it destined for the Bulgarians to post photographs of the wreckage? And, especially, where are the guarantees that these wreckages were not imported from Ukraine?
      1. 0
        18 September 2023
        Isn’t it destined for the Bulgarians to post photographs of the wreckage?
        What do you! How is it possible?! Gentlemen are taken at their word.
      2. +7
        18 September 2023
        There are photos on other resources.
        This is exactly Ukrainian
        Homemade flying wing drone with an 82 mm mine attached
        So the West will quickly “forget” the incident
        1. +2
          18 September 2023
          By the way, the mine is rusty...
          ..............
          1. 0
            19 September 2023
            Floated for a long time after the crash
            .........
      3. -7
        18 September 2023
        Quote: Thrifty
        Isn’t it destined for the Bulgarians to post photographs of the wreckage? And, especially, where are the guarantees that these wreckages were not imported from Ukraine?

        And if you posted a photo, you would say that it was taken near Odessa. If there had been a georeferenced photo, they would have said that the drone was brought from Ukraine. And if they showed a video of the drone being shot down, it would clearly be a photo montage.
        Or maybe we should admit that Shahed/Geranium is not the most technologically advanced weapon (in fact, it is made of shit and sticks) and may have failures? And even if this percentage is relatively low, given the number of drones launched, the likelihood that one of the fallen ones will wash up on the shores of Bulgaria is very high. In the end, real military bombs sometimes fall from airplanes and fall on Belgorod.
        1. +1
          18 September 2023
          The drone is Ukrainian, it was just reported on the news. I wrote this to you as a Bulgarian, and I agree with
          Shurik70, the story will be quickly forgotten. And if the drone were Russian, you can imagine what a fuss there would be, in tune with our “teachers” on NATO. In short, the incident is over, the drone is blown up so that there are no traces left and that’s it.
    3. +3
      18 September 2023
      ***
      — It is possible that the next “piece of a Russian drone” will be found on the White House lawn...
      ***
      1. 0
        18 September 2023
        Quote: Vladimir Vladimirovich Vorontsov
        It is possible that the next “piece of a Russian drone” will be found on the White House lawn...

        ..... and in Biden’s bedroom, the wreckage of the Iskander.
    4. +1
      18 September 2023
      A fragment of an unmanned aerial vehicle with an object resembling ammunition attached to it was discovered on the territory of Bulgaria.
      Now the pro-Western government of Bulgaria has something to talk about for at least a week. Probably, as usual, they will start by blaming Russia.
      1. 0
        19 September 2023
        No, they didn't say a word. Bystrenko was blown up, along with the apparatus, and the debris was collected in black bags. The Ministry of Defense said “we cannot determine whose.” That means definitely Ukrainian.
    5. +1
      18 September 2023
      Maybe he fell into the sea and then washed up on the shore.
    6. +1
      18 September 2023
      In Bulgaria on the seashore? Across the entire Romanian coast?
      If only the wind blew it.
      1. 0
        18 September 2023
        If only the wind blew

        It’s just like that song: “He went to Odessa, but came out to Kherson...”
      2. 0
        19 September 2023
        Both the wind and the currents. Just landed. Only the wing and one of the two 82 mm min.
    7. +3
      18 September 2023
      Now it is possible that the Bulgarian military department will also make a statement regarding the fall of the drone debris.
      WHAT THE FALL????????? Well, it’s clear that he was carried along the sea and washed ashore...
      Yes, but what about the mines from Ukraine? Don’t anyone care?
    8. +2
      18 September 2023
      Shahid with an 82 mm mine? According to the technical characteristics, Shahid has a warhead of 50 kg, but here is a self-propelled gun with a mine
      1. 0
        18 September 2023
        so what, they’ll write Shahid on the rubble! that means he will be a martyr. like in that joke about the priest
        - Piglet, piglet turn into crucian carp! Yes
    9. 0
      18 September 2023
      In Bulgaria, a fragment of a drone with an object resembling ammunition was found on the Black Sea coast

      And in Mexico it’s almost like they demonstrated and affirmed...
      True, the Americans did not agree, and the Peruvians demanded that their property be returned to them.

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