Prime Minister of Ukraine: As a result of strikes by the Russian Armed Forces, about 40 defense enterprises were damaged

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Prime Minister of Ukraine: As a result of strikes by the Russian Armed Forces, about 40 defense enterprises were damaged

During a special military operation in Ukraine, Russian armed forces periodically carry out targeted strikes on Ukrainian defense industry enterprises and the infrastructure associated with them.

And although Kiev often claims that Russian missiles did not reach their target, the words of the Ukrainian prime minister indicate the opposite. According to the head of the Ukrainian government, Denis Shmygal, at least 37 defense enterprises in the country were damaged during Russian strikes.



Shmygal noted that defense industry enterprises are among the main targets of missile strikes by the Russian Armed Forces. He did not say which businesses were damaged, but added that options for their restoration are currently being considered.

At the same time, according to the Ukrainian Prime Minister, the country is increasing production volumes at defense industry enterprises. He, in particular, spoke about successes in the field of production drones in Ukraine.

Earlier it became known about the plans of the Turkish company Baykar to build a plant for the production of drones in Ukraine.

On September 21, the media reported Russian missile attacks on a plant in Kharkov, where they produced and repaired Tanks and infantry fighting vehicles for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

It is obvious that Ukrainian military enterprises will continue to be targeted by Russian missiles.
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  1. 0
    30 September 2023 17: 35
    A small nuance. Damaged. But not destroyed.
    1. +4
      30 September 2023 17: 43
      Quote from: dmi.pris1
      A small nuance. Damaged. But not destroyed.

      To destroy just one large Ukrainian military-industrial complex enterprise, dozens of Iskanders are needed.
      For example, Artyom has been flown in more than once, but the plant is working and at least he needs something.
      We need to hit critical infrastructure facilities, not factories.
      1. -2
        1 October 2023 11: 28
        We need to hit critical infrastructure facilities, not factories.

        Are you questioning the abilities of our wise generals on the General Staff? This smacks of discredit, and it warrants an article. bully
        1. +1
          1 October 2023 20: 48
          There are no wise people on the General Staff, all the wise people here are “philosophers”
    2. +2
      30 September 2023 17: 44
      dmi.pris 1 hi, it is still not clear what these enterprises did, produced, or were used as repair plants.
    3. +4
      30 September 2023 17: 46
      Quote from: dmi.pris1
      A small nuance. Damaged. But not destroyed.

      It is extremely difficult to destroy a large enterprise.


      24 1943 June German bombers during a night raid dropped over a hundred high-explosive bombs weighing 500-1000 kg at the plant, which led to the destruction of 70% of the plant's production areas and the destruction of 60% of the equipment. 10 workshops and 23 railway cars with raw materials burned down, 15 plant workers died. However, despite such significant damage, already on June 29, the assembly of Yak-1 aircraft began. On July 10, 1943, Resolution of the State Defense Committee No. 3725 “On emergency measures for the restoration of plant No. 292” was issued. The State Defense Committee set the deadline for the restoration of the plant by October 1, 1943. The plant was restored seventeen days ahead of schedule: On September 13, 1943, the plant began producing the same number of aircraft as before the air raid.

      Today, Ukrainian air defense systems exclude a powerful air strike, and for a similar missile strike, at least 100-150 carriers with warheads of 500 kg are needed. And this does not guarantee the destruction of the object.
      1. +1
        30 September 2023 17: 53
        assembly of Yak-1 aircraft.
        In those days it was carried out almost manually. Now the workshop is a concentration of precision equipment, but then it was a roof over your head so that pigeons don’t spoil. Something like this.
        1. 0
          30 September 2023 18: 10
          Quote: Bolt Cutter
          assembly of Yak-1 aircraft.
          In those days it was carried out almost manually. Now the workshop is a concentration of precision equipment, but then it was a roof over your head so that pigeons don’t spoil. Something like this.

          Oh how. And my father, who worked as a driller at the Saratov Aviation Plant since April 43, talked about hundreds of machines in one workshop.
          1. 0
            30 September 2023 19: 53
            Hit, hit, discord. Yes, the power of the rocket certainly matters. So everything is ambiguous. Yes, and the plant where, for example, they assemble tanks, not only is it simply huge, but it also has hundreds of subcontractors who supply parts, assemblies, and blocks. To stop, say, a tank plant, it is enough to destroy another plant for the production of tank barrels, or for the production of guidance devices. Everything is quite complicated and ambiguous. The only thing that is true is that a massive raid with powerful bombs is needed. A couple of missiles can certainly cause damage, but it’s unlikely to cause complete damage.
      2. +1
        30 September 2023 18: 43
        Quote: Aron Zaavi
        Today, Ukrainian air defense systems exclude a powerful air strike, and for a similar missile strike, at least 100-150 carriers with warheads of 500 kg are needed. And this does not guarantee the destruction of the object.

        This means we need to focus on destroying the electricity-generating capacities that supply the factories, without which the machines will become a pile of metal, but for some reason, all our attacks give some kind of half-hearted results - we neither destroy the generation completely nor the production base to zero. request
        1. +1
          30 September 2023 18: 57
          Quote: Nyrobsky
          This means we need to focus on destroying the electricity-generating capacities that supply the factories, without which the machines will become a pile of metal, but for some reason, all our attacks give some kind of half-hearted results - we neither destroy the generation completely nor the production base to zero.

          so they already hit en masse .. though they didn’t touch the critical 750 kV, which could have brought everything down, but hit 210 kV .. well, probably because the 750s were all very strongly protected by air defense, even before supplies from the West .. or for some other reason laughing
          1. 0
            30 September 2023 22: 58
            Yes, you just need to give the rocket scientists more money so that they start making more rockets wink Well, so that they start aggressively inventing new ones.
          2. 0
            30 September 2023 22: 58
            Yes, you just need to give the rocket scientists more money so that they start making more rockets wink Well, so that they start aggressively inventing new ones.
        2. 0
          1 October 2023 07: 11
          Many thermal power plants were destroyed, only nuclear power plants remained, plus many generators were supplied from the west
    4. +3
      30 September 2023 18: 21
      That’s what I’m writing about, that at the same time we need to hit the management of these enterprises, the design engineers, and at the same time destroy the logistics chains.
      1. 0
        30 September 2023 23: 00
        1. It is quite possible that key Ukrainian engineers are no longer in Ukraine at all.
        2. It seems to me that if we hit the engineers, then the technologists.
        3. For all this you need a lot of missiles, you need means of breaking through air defense and missile defense...
    5. 0
      30 September 2023 21: 45
      A small nuance - they are not damaged, but they have been broken for a long time by such sniffers)
  2. +2
    30 September 2023 17: 37
    Autumn, the season to cry and beg for more money, wait for the Minister of Energy to get involved, took place last year.
  3. +1
    30 September 2023 18: 03
    Quote from: dmi.pris1
    A small nuance. Damaged. But not destroyed.

    To destroy them you need to use other weapons.
  4. +1
    30 September 2023 18: 13
    and what kind of factories they are going to build there for the production of Bayraktars.. and repairing Western technology.. what do they think.. that Russia is so noble.. and will spare these factories)
    1. 0
      30 September 2023 19: 00
      Quote: Yaro Polk
      and what kind of factories they are going to build there for the production of Bayraktars.. and repairing Western technology.. what do they think.. that Russia is so noble.. and will spare these factories)

      They hope that Bayraktarushka will be spared, because Türkiye is a partner!!! (((
  5. +3
    30 September 2023 18: 16
    Almost all factories receive electricity from thermal power plants.
    So you have to hit them.
    It will be dark and cold not only in the workshops, but also in the residential buildings where the workers who work in these military factories live.
    1. -1
      1 October 2023 07: 12
      Large thermal power plants have been destroyed, but nuclear power plants cannot be touched
  6. 0
    30 September 2023 18: 44
    We need to hit power generators of electricity, heat and fuel and gas storage facilities wassat
    It’s funny, it’s written, but VKS won’t do this, because our brothers-in-arms live there laughing
  7. +3
    30 September 2023 19: 31
    "Prime Minister of Ukraine: As a result of strikes by the Russian Armed Forces, about 40 defense enterprises were damaged." That can't be true. After all, Ukraine constantly claims that Russia attacks exclusively peaceful targets, all sorts of hotels, hostels, shops and maternity hospitals. And during breaks he steals and rapes children. Where do 40 enterprises come from?
    1. 0
      30 September 2023 21: 06
      Well, peaceful military enterprises. The wording is important here. The West ate the dog on this and not only
  8. -1
    30 September 2023 19: 39
    Well, as they say - more blows, good and different. But, I would like the military-industrial complex enterprises to be destroyed regularly, stably, efficiently and inevitably. Exactly - they were destroyed.
  9. 0
    30 September 2023 19: 48
    And in the entire Outskirts there were as many as 40 defense enterprises? Or with garage workshops?
    1. 0
      30 September 2023 21: 15
      Imagine a car plant, one workshop has arrived - machines are scrapped, a new foundation, wait for it to stand, communications, ventilation, heating, transformers, everything is flooded with water, everything either fits or a new one needs to be adjusted, where are all these grand restoration specialists? Yak-1 production is like heaven and earth compared to modern ones. production.
    2. 0
      30 September 2023 21: 16
      Imagine a car plant, one workshop has arrived - machines are scrapped, a new foundation, wait for it to stand, communications, ventilation, heating, transformers, everything is flooded with water, everything either fits or a new one needs to be adjusted, where are all these grand restoration specialists? Yak-1 production is like heaven and earth compared to modern ones. production.
  10. 0
    30 September 2023 21: 05
    At the same time, as always, they shot down everything... with the carcasses of these same... defense enterprises
    1. +1
      30 September 2023 23: 06
      According to my personal impressions, a large enterprise is quite capable of absorbing with its mass a missile strike that is quite strong by the standards of the Northern Military District, while maintaining at least partial functionality. Well, if there are similar enterprises in the country, it will be possible to temporarily transfer some of the functions that the victim cannot temporarily perform to him. And in the USSR, as I understand it, even the main developers were made with reserves: Khrunichev-Progress, Mikoyan-Sukhoi, Mil-Kamov...
  11. 0
    30 September 2023 21: 55
    The most sensitive thing during war is logistics; hundreds of enterprises are difficult to destroy. But disruption of transport links will lead to the collapse of the railway. transportation Destruction of the railway tracks are ineffective, but the destruction of TPS (Traction Rolling Stock) locomotives is a serious blow. Ukraine itself has stopped producing them, and the track gauge is Russian; there is nowhere to get new ones. As of 2018, Ukraine had 1758 freight locomotives, at the beginning of the Northern Military District there were already 1720. There are not many goals that we are quite capable of.
    1. 0
      30 September 2023 23: 08
      How to catch them? They are constantly moving - don't forget.
      In general, I would write a proposal to bomb the depot, but this would lead to the fact that the amount of ammunition is limited, so I’ll go straight to what I already wrote above, it seems: more funds need to be invested in the modernization of military and related industries, in expanding production.