The Ukrainian military correspondent published a frame from the weapons workshop and revealed that shells for the Armed Forces of Ukraine are produced in Azerbaijan

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The Ukrainian military correspondent published a frame from the weapons workshop and revealed that shells for the Armed Forces of Ukraine are produced in Azerbaijan

The ill-conceived publication of a photo by one of the Ukrainian war correspondents sheds light on the existing "weapons» Kyiv’s connections with other countries in the post-Soviet space.

Ukrainian war correspondent Roman Bochkala said in his Telegram channel that Kyiv managed to establish its own production of 122-mm shells for the D-30 howitzer. As confirmation, he published footage from the workshop where ammunition is produced, and accompanied them with a signature that it is located in one of Kyiv’s “partner states” for the production of shells.



One of the frames shows Roman Bochkala himself, holding the flag of Ukraine. He is really located in the factory workshop, but on the columns behind him you can see information stands, on which are the symbols of the Palladium group of companies, one of the partners of Ukroboronprom. This is an Azerbaijani group of companies. Thus, we can conclude that the “partner country” for the production of shells is Azerbaijan.


This moment is quite remarkable. Azerbaijan seems to be on good terms with Russia. However, as we see, there is a possibility to believe that a company operating in this country is engaged in the production of ammunition for the armed forces of Ukraine.

However, we must take into account that Azerbaijan is Turkey’s closest ally, and Ankara acts exactly this way - it is “friends” with Russia, but at the same time sells Drones "Bayraktar" supplies Ukraine with other military equipment and weapons for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
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  1. +8
    5 December 2023 16: 43
    Private companies rule. And statesmen can curtsey to each other
    1. +78
      5 December 2023 16: 48
      Quote: Egoza
      Private companies rule. And statesmen can curtsey to each other

      And Azerbaijani diasporas throughout ALL of Russia can easily send funds, including those obtained by criminal activity, to Azerbaijan...
      1. +36
        5 December 2023 17: 21
        And Azerbaijani diasporas throughout ALL of Russia can easily send funds

        These are great friends of one mayor from one northern capital, about whom the late Prigozhin spoke very unflatteringly.
        1. +7
          5 December 2023 17: 58
          So this is even better! If they feed in St. Petersburg, then let them earn their bread! After the next group of Azeris comes from St. Petersburg to stay with relatives in their homeland, suddenly something loudly explodes... Eh, it’s a pity Sudoplatov didn’t live to this day - he would have been able to organize an agency and get the job done!
          1. -48
            5 December 2023 19: 39
            It’s no wonder that because of such relations, Baku helps Kyiv. Let me remind you that Moscow supplied weapons to the country that occupied the lands of Azerbaijan, armed them, and also helped the separatists (proven fact) so don’t choke
            1. +21
              5 December 2023 22: 23
              She helped and sold weapons not only to Armenia, but also to Azerbaijan equally, and this is also a fact.. But unlike Azerbaijan, Armenia does not yet supply shells to Ukraine. Therefore, we Russians need to remember this, draw conclusions and take the right measures against the Azerbaijanis. It seems that the war in Transcaucasia is far from over. The Armenians will still want to take revenge, and then those who are now sending shells and it seems not only to their Ukraine will greatly regret this. The earth is round and everything can come back like a boomerang. Still, the father of the current ruler of Azerbaijan was more far-sighted.
              1. +1
                6 December 2023 10: 05
                wladimirjankov
                (Vladimir Yankov)


                Didn’t you go to school, this is a classic.....

                Dreams Dreams! where is your sweetness?
                Where, eternal rhyme to her, youth?
                Can it really be finally
                Faded, faded her crown?

                Author: A. S. Pushkin
              2. -1
                6 December 2023 22: 54
                And the Armenians swore to their mother that everything was so?))
                “News” was invented by the RTVI agency, which is headed by a certain Mikael Israilyan, so it’s clear where the legs of this, if I may say so, news grow, and this fake is being dispersed by Armenian information dumps (with the help of their own clones, but registered in the Russian Federation by Russian Armenians, the same Israyalyan, etc.) who generously throw mud at the Russian Federation the rest of the time.
                What is the “news” based on and presented to readers as an immutable fact, but on the fact that some idiot took a photo against the backdrop of incomprehensible shells (of unknown origin) with a looming poster, for some unknown reason stuck in the background (a piano in the bushes?) , allegedly owned by an Azerbaijani company. Come on, seriously?) Armenproduction))
              3. -1
                6 December 2023 23: 07
                By the way, the joke, or rather the amateurishness of the authors of the fake is on the verge of idiocy (this is generally the handwriting (painting)) of Armenian resources) is that in Azerbaijan, the production of military products by private companies is strictly prohibited by law and is punishable by a considerable term. It was not fate for the Armenian Internet warriors (who successfully avoided real battles in Karabakh and on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border) to find out about this before inventing this stupid (quite in their spirit) story from the Armenian radio.
            2. +4
              6 December 2023 01: 28
              Shut up! Ours will always prevail against yours, and ours will never choke on yours! Yours will always slurp, now you slurp from the Turks, but that won’t last long!
            3. +3
              6 December 2023 10: 05
              Hypocrite!!!! Or I forgot to point out that they also sold to Azerbaijan!!! Don't choke...
            4. +2
              6 December 2023 17: 11
              Once we crush Bandera’s nits, then we’ll remember EVERYTHING for you: the Russian terror in the 90s, and your mafia diasporas, and Russophobia, and crime, and Karabakh, and much more..., no one is forgotten, NOTHING is forgotten!
              1. -6
                6 December 2023 20: 44
                Calm down, you fucking patriot. Drink valerian and shoot yourself
                1. +3
                  7 December 2023 12: 58
                  Is it something like a kak, or a liberal?
        2. 0
          5 December 2023 18: 06
          Quote: spirit
          These are great friends of one mayor from one northern capital, about whom the late Prigozhin spoke very unflatteringly.

          The word “deceased” in your case should be put in quotation marks...
      2. +10
        5 December 2023 17: 35
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        Quote: Egoza
        Private companies rule. And statesmen can curtsey to each other

        And Azerbaijani diasporas throughout ALL of Russia can easily send funds, including those obtained by criminal activity, to Azerbaijan...

        Can this issue be resolved at the currency level? What currencies do diaspora residents of different countries in Russia use for transfers? Maybe at the bank level they simply simply prohibit sending ALL TYPES OF CURRENCIES except the ruble! If you want to send money to your historical homeland, send rubles! Let the rest of the currency remain in Russia, it will be useful for settlements at the interstate level!
        1. +13
          5 December 2023 20: 57
          If you want to send money to your historical homeland, send rubles! Let the rest of the currency remain in Russia, it will be useful for settlements at the interstate level!

          It would be better for them to go to their historical homeland themselves. Russia needs workers and engineers. We have enough traders of our own.
      3. +32
        5 December 2023 17: 38
        And we are still driving oil-gas-ammonia-metallurgy to Ukraine and through Ukraine.
        By the way, from the metallurgy imported by us and through our country by the Chinese, the Germans create weapons that are sent to Ukraine, and oil serves to fuel these weapons. Which ultimately serves to kill our men.
        Or something else? I understand that seagulls can drown me in minuses (as if I care), but can someone with ironclad arguments explain why this is different?
        1. -11
          5 December 2023 17: 50
          How much are you going to finance the SVO for?
          1. +15
            5 December 2023 17: 55
            In order to finance military operations with our participation, we make money by selling raw materials to our enemy, with which they kill us as part of these military operations? Personally, doesn’t such logic cause dissonance in your head?
            If we do this against ourselves, then what can we say against someone else for doing the same thing?
            1. -5
              5 December 2023 18: 28
              Quote: Black_Jacket
              In order to finance the fighting with our participation, we make money by selling raw materials to our enemy, with which they kill us as part of these hostilities?

              Hm. A funny manipulation.

              Please answer a simple question: what do you expect from the cessation of supplies from the Russian Federation to the “enemies”? Will Europe run out of metal? Or oil? Or what?
              1. +11
                5 December 2023 18: 43
                The answer is very simple. If a neighbor in a cooperative throws stones at my house, I will not supply him with stones because he will get hold of them without me (will he get hold of them? The question is debatable). It's a matter of common sense not to give stones to someone who throws them at you. Otherwise, it turns out something like this: “Anyway, someone will provide them with resources for the war with us... So why shouldn’t that “someone” be us?”
                And yes, when I say “we,” I mean Russia. But at the same time, I understand perfectly well that these are not the interests of the people and not even the interests of the state in the first place. First of all, these are the interests of capital.
                It’s strange, for me the enemy is quite understandable and tangible, so I don’t see the point of ironically putting quotation marks around this word. But this is also manipulation on my part, right?)
                1. -7
                  5 December 2023 18: 57
                  Quote: Black_Jacket
                  If my co-op neighbor throws stones at my house...

                  ...then he should be kicked in the snot. This is what is happening now in Ukraine.

                  Quote: Black_Jacket
                  I will not supply him with stones because he will get hold of them without me (will he get hold of them? The question is debatable)

                  "No" is too much. But the meaning is clear.

                  He'll get by, no doubt. They will bring them to him and where he needs them, they will unload them... well, I’m talking about Ukraine for now, yes wink

                  Quote: Black_Jacket
                  it turns out something like this: “Anyway, someone will provide them with resources for the war with us... So why shouldn’t that “someone” be us?”

                  And here there is manipulation. Resources are supplied to Europe regardless of how Europe uses them. Resources are not scarce, the market is full.

                  Quote: Black_Jacket
                  For me, the enemy is quite understandable and tangible, so I don’t see the point of ironically putting quotation marks around this word

                  In quotes precisely because you interpret “enemies” somewhat broadly. I remember that no one has yet declared that Europe is our enemy.

                  The bottom line: if the Russian Federation stops supplying resources, they will be easily replaced. At the same time, the Russian Federation is losing the market and income from the sale of these resources. To spite my grandmother, her ears were freezing. “Enemies” do not lose anything. Something like that request
                  1. +5
                    5 December 2023 18: 59
                    I remember that no one has yet declared that Europe is our enemy.


                    This phrase of yours explains everything. Therefore, I see no point in discussing further)
                    1. -3
                      5 December 2023 19: 03
                      Quote: Black_Jacket
                      This phrase of yours explains everything

                      Hmm... well, they would have asked me, too, an open secret.
                2. +1
                  5 December 2023 22: 23
                  Hello, a question-addition to your description of the situation..:)))
                  And if the head of the cooperative says that he is giving stones to that neighbor of yours to build the foundation of a house, or an alpine hill, he promised not to throw stones at you, but he did... in response, the head of the cooperative says “ah-ah-ah”, if more at least once..(red line) and continues to supply stones...
              2. 0
                5 December 2023 19: 03
                Quote: Repellent
                Will Europe run out of metal? Or oil? Or what?

                Besides Russia, there are many sellers and suppliers of any goods and resources in the world, and there is enough money in Europe.
                1. 0
                  5 December 2023 19: 05
                  Quote: carpenter
                  Quote: Repellent
                  Will Europe run out of metal? Or oil? Or what?

                  Besides Russia, there are many sellers and suppliers of any goods and resources in the world, and there is enough money in Europe.

                  Exactly Yes
                  1. +3
                    6 December 2023 09: 43
                    Well, let's supply T-90, "Caliber", Su-57??? The arms and tanks and missiles and aircraft markets are full! And this is how we make money. This is based on your logic.
              3. +3
                5 December 2023 23: 18
                Quote: Repellent
                Please answer a simple question: what do you expect from the cessation of supplies from the Russian Federation to the “enemies”? Will Europe run out of metal? Or oil? Or what?

                Nothing will end, but everything will become more expensive and supplies may decrease in quantity.
                1. -3
                  5 December 2023 23: 49
                  Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
                  supplies may decrease in quantity

                  You made me an evening.

                  Losing up to a third of the budget because “supplies may be reduced” is, of course, a brilliant management move.
                  1. +3
                    6 December 2023 00: 01
                    Quote: Repellent
                    You made me an evening.

                    Losing up to a third of the budget because “supplies may be reduced” is, of course, a brilliant management move.

                    It's a strange evening for you.
                    Reducing the supply of weapons to the Ukrainians means reducing the losses of our guys.

                    But for some, the profits buried offshore are more important. fool
                    1. -6
                      6 December 2023 07: 27
                      Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
                      Reducing arms supplies to Ukraine - reducing the losses of our guys

                      Without a doubt. If it (suddenly) will happen.

                      Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
                      everything will become more expensive

                      For those who print money themselves, the price does not matter.

                      Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
                      supplies, perhaps, will decrease quantitatively

                      ..., but rather, they will not decrease. And we both know it Yes

                      So knock yourself on the head. A fighter, damn it, for everything good fool

                      PS:
                      Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
                      But for some, profits buried offshore are more important

                      I repeat - don’t pretend to be, um, an innocent girl. Refusal to export = a hole in the budget, and you yourself will be the first to hit the wall when your electricity is turned off. And therefore the Internet wink laughing
                      1. 0
                        10 December 2023 21: 41
                        Repellent. Love money, what else are you willing to sell from yours, maybe a kidney, you have two of them.
          2. +1
            6 December 2023 14: 40
            Or maybe it won’t have to be financed longer if it is completed quickly, and not help the EU in killing Russian soldiers? It is quite possible to finish it earlier, but for some reason our Ministry of Foreign Affairs still cannot forget the ammonia pipeline and takes care of it. Instead of razing Bankovaya to the ground, the Moscow Region has been trampling on Avdeevka for almost 2 years.
            And with limited resources (which in fact are not many, they have to be taken from somewhere, high-quality metal is not bread in a bakery), the same Germans will think about what to make from it: cars for themselves or tanks for the 404.
        2. -1
          5 December 2023 20: 39
          At first I also thought like you, but if you look at the issue in detail, it turns out like this:
          resources are not scarce, the enemy can buy them from anyone, maybe a little more expensive, but that’s not the point, therefore, it is not us who sell resources to the enemy, it is the enemy who buys resources from us, with the money of which this enemy is destroyed, he sponsors his own murder.
          1. 0
            7 December 2023 12: 12
            A typical “controlled” war of capital, described by Lenin and his predecessors - the rank and file are turned into meat, and the oligarchs on both sides make a profit and enrich themselves on military orders.
            For the “weapon barons” this war is like a rain of diamonds.
            By the way, it’s not for nothing that Nicolas Cage’s hero was a Ukrainian Jew. Doesn't remind you of anything? laughing
      4. +3
        5 December 2023 18: 26
        Vladimir_2U
        send funds, including those obtained by criminal activity, to Azerbaijan...

        In my opinion, they have already filled all the big cities with drugs, they have even settled in the Arctic.
      5. 0
        5 December 2023 19: 21
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        And Azerbaijani diasporas throughout ALL of Russia can easily send funds, including those obtained by criminal activity, to Azerbaijan...

        Any photo and even video on the modern Internet has specific “recipients”, and it is very rare that the photo is actually real. Therefore, conclusions must be drawn very carefully.
      6. +1
        6 December 2023 07: 10
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        And Azerbaijani diasporas throughout ALL of Russia can easily send funds, including those obtained by criminal activity, to Azerbaijan...

        "Was there a boy?" (With)
        Are you so confident in the veracity of the conclusions drawn in the article, arising from several photos of dubious content, that you are ready to immediately attack the fans, and you don’t even have the slightest doubt or desire to check the information? During the SVO there were many information provocations by opponents, the only goal of which was the maximum resonance of distorted or outright false and harmful information for us in the information field of the Russian Federation, which is what a contingent like you and you personally are constantly doing here.
        1. 0
          6 December 2023 07: 20
          Quote: Vasia
          Are you so confident in the veracity of the conclusions drawn in the article, arising from several photos of dubious content, that you are ready to immediately attack the fans, and you don’t even have the slightest doubt or desire to check the information?

          Even if this is so, and I think it is not so, does this cancel the negative impact of all kinds of “diasporas” on the state of Russia? Criminal, social, economic.
    2. +4
      5 December 2023 18: 13
      Are only private companies involved in this matter?

      Last year, a number of Russian sats published information that Azerbaijan had transferred three MiG-29 multirole fighters to the Ukrainian Air Force. The transfer of combat aircraft, according to observers, occurred during the supply of QFAB-250 adjustable aerial bombs to Ukraine.

      Azerbaijani MiG-29 fighters were repaired and repainted in Ukrainian Air Force camouflage at the Lvov State Aircraft Repair Plant before the start of the SVO.

      Agree that combat aircraft cannot be in private hands.
      1. -3
        6 December 2023 13: 31
        .
        Quote: alystan
        Last year, a number of Russian sats published information
        Information from the series of jokes of the Armenian Radio. The fact is that a huge number of “Russian websites and media” are controlled by ethnic Armenians. You can only trust the official organ of the Government of the Russian Federation - the publication "Rossiyskaya Gazeta". But she says nothing about the alleged deliveries of planes, bombs, etc. I DID NOT WRITE from Azerbaijan to Ukraine!!!
    3. +6
      5 December 2023 18: 20
      Previously, there was information about the supply of Ukrainian ammunition from Azerbaijan. Aircraft spare parts also come from there. Hello Azers.
      1. +5
        5 December 2023 19: 05
        Quote: frruc
        Aircraft spare parts also come from there. Hello Azers.

        The Russian government should convey this greeting to the entire Azerbaijani diaspora.
        1. +1
          5 December 2023 19: 12
          carpenter
          ............... the entire Azerbaijani diaspora.

          This will never happen. Can you imagine what could happen? They will burn everything here and shoot. The police cannot even cope with boorish motorists on the roads and wedding shootings, not to mention gangbusters in St. Petersburg.
          1. +6
            5 December 2023 22: 32
            then why do we need such police and power that cannot cope with anything?
      2. -2
        6 December 2023 13: 31
        Quote: frruc
        Previously, there was information about the supply of Ukrainian ammunition from Azerbaijan. Aircraft spare parts also come from there. Hello Azers.
        Information from the series of jokes of the Armenian Radio. The fact is that a huge number of “Russian websites and media” are controlled by ethnic Armenians. You can only trust the official organ of the Government of the Russian Federation - the publication "Rossiyskaya Gazeta". But she says nothing about the alleged deliveries of planes, bombs, etc. I DID NOT WRITE from Azerbaijan to Ukraine!!!
        1. -1
          6 December 2023 15: 41
          Seal
          You can only trust the official organ of the Government of the Russian Federation - the publication "Rossiyskaya Gazeta"... But she... DIDN'T WRITE!!!.

          Our official publications do not write about everything. If this is misinformation, then the question is who made this stuff and for what purpose. Although the goal is clear.
    4. +5
      5 December 2023 19: 47
      Quote: Egoza
      Private companies rule. And statesmen can curtsey to each other

      It would be interesting to see the reverse situation. Well, for example, if an American or German PRIVATE company supplied us with something for the army. Somehow I’m not even sure whether this PRIVATE company would have existed for hours or minutes.
    5. +2
      5 December 2023 20: 21
      Azerbaijan has already denied all this. Here is the link not to RBC https://www.rbc.ru/politics/05/12/2023/656f55859a7947501870bf8d
    6. 0
      6 December 2023 10: 12
      With such partners you don’t even need friends. Any government has the power to prohibit doing something that does not comply with state policy. As Winnie the Pooh said, “This is not easy.”
  2. +1
    5 December 2023 16: 44
    As soon as people appeared, they began to kill each other for their habitat. What can I say? It is in the human blood to kill a neighbor.
    1. AAK
      +26
      5 December 2023 17: 09
      And for some reason, ordinary Russians don’t go (except for the heroes of the assault on Upper Lars, but that’s different...) to Azerbaijan, Armenia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and don’t create their own diasporas there and don’t even kill anyone there... And it’s time for us to resolve the issue with diasporas here in their homeland. Those who are, first of all, citizens of Russia, and only then Armenians, Azerbaijanis, Tajiks - stay, but the rest - go to their native villages and villages...
      1. +8
        5 December 2023 18: 10
        There is no Stalin for us!!!................................................... ...................
      2. +7
        5 December 2023 18: 42

        AAK
        .....for some reason ordinary Russians do not go (except for the heroes of the assault on Upper Lars, but that’s different...) to Azerbaijan, Armenia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan

        Because they will quickly explain to you who you are and what you are worth. But these figures flock here with their drugs like locusts.
        1. -5
          5 December 2023 21: 17
          and here at most some Vasya will fart on the Internet
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  3. +13
    5 December 2023 16: 44
    In all CIS countries, in one way or another, they are trying to screw up the Russian Federation. Lukashenko stopped playing around after the recent events....KZ became quiet. a In Azerbaijan there are close ties with 404 and many military personnel studied there in schools. And the propaganda trend is common with Israel - against the Russian Federation. Here's an example of why you need to get involved in local conflicts and help them fight each other.
  4. +6
    5 December 2023 16: 48
    Azerbaijan also belongs to St. Petersburg
    1. +2
      5 December 2023 17: 31
      Quote: Fut Fut
      Azerbaijan also belongs to St. Petersburg

      And Moscow to whom, Armenia, or what?
      1. -2
        5 December 2023 17: 32
        The authorities, the Russian authorities. But St. Petersburg for Azerbaijan and Azerbaijanis
        1. +1
          5 December 2023 17: 36
          Quote: Fut Fut
          The authorities, the Russian authorities.

          Doubtful. According to my impressions, all levels of government are afraid of Azerbaijanis. From ordinary cops to governors - exactly. And the higher ones are also, apparently, afraid.
          1. 0
            5 December 2023 20: 20
            DenVB
            From ordinary cops to governors - exactly.

            I don't know any of them. Where they are not, it is in the NWO zone.
      2. +3
        5 December 2023 17: 52
        In Moscow, areas of activity are divided between diasporas
    2. +2
      5 December 2023 18: 13
      Quote: Fut Fut
      Azerbaijan also belongs to St. Petersburg

      I don’t know how it is now, but in the 90s Murmansk was at the same level...
      1. +3
        5 December 2023 18: 55
        isv 000 It all depends on the chief of police. In 2000, a man from Vologda was appointed to Murmansk. Remember the Elan restaurant in Nagornoye - at one moment it started, Friday, Saturday, Sunday mask show, with his face on the floor and so on for weeks. I can say it’s sobering and impressive. The local mafia even signed up, I still remember, on private TV, the Azerbaijanis tearfully asked to find their brother, their father’s son. Calm came. Now I don’t know, I left Murmansk in 2007. It’s better not to remember what was going on in Olenegorsk, in the 90s - Kolondike. The Azerbaijanis worked. Then there was the Crab, also with a beating. hi
      2. +1
        5 December 2023 19: 18
        Quote: isv000
        and in the 90s Murmansk was at the same level...

        In St. Petersburg, in those years it was worse, all the markets belonged to Azerbaijanis, “hut” trade on the streets, underground vodka factories.
    3. +1
      5 December 2023 18: 14
      Quote: Fut Fut
      Azerbaijan also belongs to St. Petersburg

      I don’t know how it is now, but in the 90s Murmansk was at the same level...
  5. +12
    5 December 2023 16: 48
    Azerbaijan seems to be on good terms with Russia. However, as we see, there is a possibility to believe that a company operating in this country is engaged in the production of ammunition for the armed forces of Ukraine.

    Let’s also be “friends” with Azerbaijan, and as a sign of friendship we will cover Futsity
    1. +3
      5 December 2023 17: 50
      Quote: Popandos
      Azerbaijan seems to be on good terms with Russia. However, as we see, there is a possibility to believe that a company operating in this country is engaged in the production of ammunition for the armed forces of Ukraine.

      Let’s also be “friends” with Azerbaijan, and as a sign of friendship we will cover Futsity

      There is not only “Food City”, there is a group of companies that owns luxury real estate in the center of Moscow, the “Gardener” market, “Left Bank”, etc., it will not be possible to cover them, because the owner is a good friend and irreplaceable.
  6. +8
    5 December 2023 16: 49
    What is interesting is that the Azerbaijani group of companies Palladium has Russian Defense Export as partners.
    1. +1
      5 December 2023 16: 59
      What is interesting is that the Azerbaijani group of companies Palladium has Russian Defense Export as partners.
      So they do not hide it.
    2. +3
      5 December 2023 17: 26
      Forgive me for the fact that it shows some kind of turning shop and it’s clearly not a conveyor belt. And the projectile still needs to be equipped with explosives and the fuse must be made (a complex thing, unlike the body). And so the mameds are clearly not our friends
      1. +2
        5 December 2023 17: 34
        Quote: saigon
        Some kind of turning shop is shown and everything is clearly not a conveyor. But the projectile still needs to be equipped with explosives and the fuse must be made

        This is all done in different places. No one will equip hulls with explosives where chips and sparks fly from under the cutter.
        1. +2
          5 December 2023 17: 35
          Well, yes, and the shell casing is taken to the equipment base and the fuses are made in another place.
      2. +5
        5 December 2023 18: 20
        Quote: saigon
        Forgive me for the fact that it shows some kind of turning shop and it’s clearly not a conveyor belt. And the projectile still needs to be equipped with explosives and the fuse must be made (a complex thing, unlike the body). And so the mameds are clearly not our friends

        I think so: one mentally retarded person took a photo with a rag against the background of blanks just like himself. The second pulled the shop stand by the ears to this selfie and, pulling the cat by the tail, forced the article out.
        But the blanks may well be manufactured for Russia...
  7. -1
    5 December 2023 16: 51
    business is not something personal they think so! what is the trade turnover of the Russian Federation with Azerbaijan?????????? I hope this plant takes off!
    1. +2
      5 December 2023 18: 18
      business is not something personal they think so!

      For 30 years Moscow has been busy with similar business, in both directions, and nothing.
      Regarding the shots, Bochkala filmed them at the main company in Turkey, and not in Azerbaijan.
  8. -2
    5 December 2023 16: 51
    Do you have the coordinates of the factory? - to the studio
    1. +2
      5 December 2023 16: 58
      Do you have the coordinates of the factory? - to the studio

      You can find them yourself here:
      http://www.palladium.az/partnerseng
    2. 0
      5 December 2023 18: 23
      Quote: Bone1
      Do you have the coordinates of the factory? - to the studio

      It's not about the plant - here we need the Customer:
      Pentagon coordinates. Latitude: 38.8711551, Longitude: -77.0555266.
  9. 0
    5 December 2023 16: 52
    Good Vova gave them St. Petersburg to be devoured, and for some kind of shells they will definitely not have it.
    1. +2
      5 December 2023 17: 32
      I would like more details. For some reason I don’t know that Peter was given away
  10. -1
    5 December 2023 16: 52
    Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia should have been helped by all available methods, including influencing the Azerbaijani diaspora in Russia. This material only confirms this.
    1. +1
      5 December 2023 17: 02
      Armenia betrayed Karabakh, just as the Russian Federation betrayed Ukraine by Minsk.
    2. +19
      5 December 2023 17: 04
      But how can we “help” them if all the Armenians are on their side, and their boss is always busy - at a meeting in Washington?
      Even on May 9th he left without saying goodbye.
    3. -1
      5 December 2023 23: 17
      Already refuted. Didn't the stuffing come from your charges?
  11. +6
    5 December 2023 16: 53
    This is different!
    These are INTERESTS!
    And interests are “sacred”.
    Even He Himself says: the interests of partners must be respected. (from PSS V.V. Putin)
    Because... they won't get anything for it.
    А зря.
  12. +7
    5 December 2023 16: 57
    Azerbaijan seems to be on good terms with Russia.

    And everyone is on good terms with Russia, like: “It’s good to teach us how to live!”
    Russia helped Armenia, Azerbaijan helped Ukraine...Russia helps Syria, Turkey helps Ukraine...Russia is on good terms with Iran, Israel considers it its sacred duty to help its brothers in Ukraine...
    What an interesting situation: our good partners help the enemies of Russia, and Russia helps the friends of Ukraine... You can ask in order to improve education: where is the logic?
    1. +1
      5 December 2023 17: 37
      But in your opinion, it turns out that Russia helps Armenia, Iran and Syria, while Ukraine is helped by completely different people - Azerbaijan, Turkey, Israel request
      1. 0
        5 December 2023 18: 25
        Quote: I am mine
        and Ukraine is helped by completely different ones - Azerbaijan, Türkiye, Israel

        But Putin considers them handshake partners and meets with them and calls back... He probably reprimands them something like: “Ay-ay-ay! How wrong you are doing!”
  13. +13
    5 December 2023 17: 03
    Vegetable warehouses and markets in Russia await the expulsion of Azerbaijani occupiers
    1. -4
      5 December 2023 17: 38
      Hello, please. And whose tomatoes will we eat?
      Theirs tastes better what
      1. +4
        5 December 2023 18: 11
        Quote: I am mine
        And whose tomatoes will we eat?

        We will buy from Magnit. It's cheaper there, by the way.
        1. -4
          5 December 2023 18: 40
          Quote: DenVB
          We will buy from Magnit. It's cheaper there, by the way.

          You can buy and eat - very carefully! Even the Uzbek ones cannot be compared with the Azerbaijani ones.
          I only buy it from Magnit to fry cabbage soup. Last winter I bought various cocktails at Maria-Ra. Expensive, but very tasty. Now in Magnit there is a vegetable kiosk next to the entrance. So far I’m getting there for 390 per kg, fig persimmons for 230 and cucumbers for 180...
          I am indifferent to vegetables, but my wife loves them. We try to take a small amount of goods for internal consumption, but good ones. Or you can eat sauerkraut with green peas and sunflower oil. Excellent food for boiled potatoes with Uritsky bread...
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          2. -2
            5 December 2023 22: 22
            Are Azerbaijani tomatoes delicious, you say?
            1. 0
              6 December 2023 03: 40
              Quote: Sergey Alexandrovich
              Are Azerbaijani tomatoes delicious, you say?


              Learn to communicate in a decent society or communicate near the “trash heap” with your own kind... You can “poke” them all there at once or one by one.
        2. -1
          6 December 2023 10: 10
          You go to any village and buy from grandmothers, they throw away half of it as unnecessary, believe me, this is the third year I’ve been helping retired parents in the garden. Eggs, milk, and a lot of other food products can be bought in the villages. People are just used to it like robots treading -gamnitam walk
          1. -1
            6 December 2023 14: 00
            Quote: While I'm sick
            You go to any village and buy from grandmothers

            I'll go to the dacha this weekend. As I pass through the village, I’ll try to buy tomatoes from my grandmothers.
            1. -1
              6 December 2023 14: 19
              Now everything is already in twists, we don’t keep fresh ones until this time. 3-4 months have passed since the collection
              1. -1
                6 December 2023 14: 56
                Quote: While I'm sick
                We don’t keep fresh ones until that time.

                What then do you recommend buying?
                1. 0
                  6 December 2023 16: 26
                  Well, if you don’t know when the harvest is stored for how long (this is not an industrial scale with refrigerators and chemicals), then my authority is everything, sorry. I just said that you can buy from the peasants on time, otherwise they throw away a lot, because even children from the city don’t want to come just to pick it up, they say: we’ll buy it at the store
                  1. 0
                    6 December 2023 23: 51
                    Quote: While I'm sick
                    I just said that you can buy from the peasants on time

                    For what? During the season, my own grow. I thought that maybe there are such miracle villages where fresh tomatoes are still picked from the bush. If not, then sorry.
                2. 0
                  6 December 2023 16: 30
                  Here’s an example: my father dropped off his grandmother, she gave him 3 buckets of apples, instead of paying 200 rubles for the trip, I’m now crunching them on my bed,
      2. +1
        5 December 2023 18: 31
        Quote: I am mine
        Hello, please. And whose tomatoes will we eat?
        Theirs tastes better what

        You need to throw cabbage soup at your people and provide them with pills, out of greed! Every major city has greenhouse plants, but! The prices there are jaw-dropping!! And mind you - logistics are low, you don’t need to transport from afar...
        1. +2
          5 December 2023 20: 35
          Our prices are not that expensive, but local greenhouse tomatoes taste like plastic, and in the summer they are not much better. Homemade is delicious, but I don’t have a dacha right now. The cucumbers from the local greenhouse are excellent. Of course, we can live without tomatoes at all. As they write above, sauerkraut with onions and butter will be tastier. I just had a hidden meaning. This trade is mutually beneficial. You can't punish yourself. Like Ukrainians, for example, they buy our own gas, but through others and at a higher price, also investing in us money, which we use to fight. What's the point of them request
          After all, they cannot do without gas and oil. They are deceiving themselves. Whether they want it or not, they will continue to buy it, and we will continue to sell it. Because with this money we can buy microcircuits in China or something else. Medicines for example. And the intermediary countries are an extra layer to whitewash our relations with Ukraine. And we will continue to kill each other because the mattress pads threaten us. For us and for the whole world. And they are a threat to the world in generalrecourse
      3. +9
        5 December 2023 23: 00
        Well, we somehow manage to import bananas without the Ecuadorians selling them on the market.
      4. +3
        6 December 2023 00: 01
        Astrakhan ones taste better. And the best ones that I had a chance to try are grown in Minusinsk. Moreover, tomatoes are also a solid piece of the food market. And, by the way, new regions can help make the food basket in Russia 90% Russian. You need your own, especially if it is better to develop and support it.
      5. 0
        6 December 2023 10: 01
        I_mine recommend it to others too
    2. +6
      5 December 2023 17: 50
      You can do it easier - arrange a tender for these markets between the Armenian and Azeri diasporas... I still remember how in the 90s in Yaroslavl there was a real internecine massacre between various ethnic groups from the Caucasus...
      1. +2
        5 December 2023 18: 28
        winked I haven’t tried Armenian tomatoes yet. Armenians are more in Chinese shoes
  14. +2
    5 December 2023 17: 08
    Another provocation and attempt to pit the Russian Federation against its partners. I wouldn’t be surprised if with the help of the Armenians.
    1. +2
      5 December 2023 18: 10
      Or another stab in the back from yet another respected partner.
    2. -2
      5 December 2023 23: 13
      Already refuted.

      https://news.rambler.ru/army/51893089-palladium-oprovergla-dannye-o-proizvodstve-boepripasov-dlya-vsu-v-azerbaydzhane/
  15. +2
    5 December 2023 17: 13
    Quote: ROSS 42
    Israel considers it its sacred duty to help its brothers in Ukraine...


    Israel is the heir to the Holocaust, funny.
    Israel trains and finances Ukrainian Nazis - that's another... matter!!!
  16. +8
    5 December 2023 17: 13
    For such impudence, the iPhone will probably destroy London again soon
    1. +4
      5 December 2023 17: 32
      8 times)))? He probably doesn’t have any relatives there, but they say the Yakunins live there, again, Special Representative Abramovich no way London, no way no way
  17. +12
    5 December 2023 17: 14
    Maybe, in the end, our Chief will make at least some strong “wrong” move so that the Russian people will respect him?
    Well, after such publications, let this plant blow up because of an unextinguished cigarette butt.
    1. 0
      5 December 2023 18: 37
      Quote: BABAY22
      Maybe, in the end, our Chief will make at least some strong “wrong” move so that the Russian people will respect him?
      Well, after such publications, let this plant blow up because of an unextinguished cigarette butt.

      No. There must be a cigarette butt the size of a rocket, it’s impossible to get through an ordinary lathe...
    2. +7
      5 December 2023 18: 53

      Quote: BABAY22
      Maybe, in the end, our Chief will make at least some strong “wrong” move so that the Russian people will respect him?

      There are four simple ways to achieve the respect of the people:
      1. Abolish VAT by introducing a profit tax (progressive, of course) and a 45% tax on personal income tax.
      2. After this, introduce a payment for each born child in the amount of 4-6 million rubles.
      3. Repeal the pension law and return to the previous retirement ages.
      4. Start dispossessing the oligarchs and reduce the number of commercial banks to 5-6.
      * * *
      Then the people will be happy...
      And if Chubais is caught and imprisoned, then elections may not be held...
      1. +9
        5 December 2023 20: 20
        Rather, on Red Square they will distribute free black caviar, scooping it out of a barrel, to all honest people
      2. -1
        5 December 2023 21: 33
        Quote: ROSS 42
        Quote: BABAY22
        Maybe, in the end, our Chief will make at least some strong “wrong” move so that the Russian people will respect him?

        There are four simple ways to achieve the respect of the people:
        1. Abolish VAT by introducing a profit tax (progressive, of course) and a 45% tax on personal income tax.
        2. After this, introduce a payment for each born child in the amount of 4-6 million rubles.
        3. Repeal the pension law and return to the previous retirement ages.
        4. Start dispossessing the oligarchs and reduce the number of commercial banks to 5-6.
        * * *
        Then the people will be happy...
        And if Chubais is caught and imprisoned, then elections may not be held...

        1) Then there will be no profit; experienced lawyers will hide it. Well, 45% personal income tax - I can’t handle that anymore. And so I give 13% of my salary to Putin, and you want to take almost half from the workers.
        2) The gypsies will be very happy
        3) There are already few workers in the country and a deficit in the pension fund. Send people to retire - who will work and why should they pay a pension?
        4) The oligarchs give the state most of the income from the sale of resources. Moreover, all sorts of state-owned enterprises like Gazprom and Rostec have completely ruined their business. The same state-owned (more than half of the shares are owned by the state) Rosneft pays less taxes than YUKOS+Bashneft+TNK, of which, in fact, Rosneft collected by expropriating assets from the oligarchs who had fallen into disgrace.
        The main banks in the Russian Federation are SBER, VTB, Rosselkhozbank and are state-owned and control 2/3 of the market.
        1. 0
          6 December 2023 12: 30
          How the American media in Russia have fooled our brains. They carry out the task of protecting the US power in Russia. The oligarchs take money from Russia to the US budget. There are no state banks in Russia. The Central Bank belongs to the US IMF. The budget receives money from the sale of oil on the stock exchange, which carried out by the Central Bank and that’s it. The USA decides how much money to give to the budget to provide for the population.
        2. 0
          6 December 2023 15: 04
          Quote from Escariot
          Quote: ROSS 42
          Quote: BABAY22
          Maybe, in the end, our Chief will make at least some strong “wrong” move so that the Russian people will respect him?

          There are four simple ways to achieve the respect of the people:
          1. Abolish VAT by introducing a profit tax (progressive, of course) and a 45% tax on personal income tax.
          2. After this, introduce a payment for each born child in the amount of 4-6 million rubles.
          3. Repeal the pension law and return to the previous retirement ages.
          4. Start dispossessing the oligarchs and reduce the number of commercial banks to 5-6.
          * * *
          Then the people will be happy...
          And if Chubais is caught and imprisoned, then elections may not be held...

          1) Then there will be no profit; experienced lawyers will hide it. Well, 45% personal income tax - I can’t handle that anymore. And so I give 13% of my salary to Putin, and you want to take almost half from the workers.
          2) The gypsies will be very happy
          3) There are already few workers in the country and a deficit in the pension fund. Send people to retire - who will work and why should they pay a pension?
          4) The oligarchs give the state most of the income from the sale of resources. Moreover, all sorts of state-owned enterprises like Gazprom and Rostec have completely ruined their business. The same state-owned (more than half of the shares are owned by the state) Rosneft pays less taxes than YUKOS+Bashneft+TNK, of which, in fact, Rosneft collected by expropriating assets from the oligarchs who had fallen into disgrace.
          The main banks in the Russian Federation are SBER, VTB, Rosselkhozbank and are state-owned and control 2/3 of the market.


          1) VAT, of course, should not be abolished, but as for the progressive scale of personal income tax - if hard workers have such income that the personal income tax is 45%, I think they themselves will not mind, in any case they will have more in their pockets than now.
          2) Matkapital is issued only to citizens of the Russian Federation and with strict control before issuance and control of use. But it’s not like now in the Caucasian republics three months don’t pass without another scam involving social payments being uncovered.
          3) in order to have a lot of workers, it is necessary not to produce managers and lawyers with economists, but to revive vocational schools, restore the prestige of blue-collar professions, and not promote bloHers of unknown gender. Then in 7-10 years we will be able to restore what was destroyed. Well, shake the Pension Fund to understand how they could become unprofitable (!!!). There can really be a lot of interesting things to discover in large and warm chairs.
          4) oligarch companies are registered in offshore companies; they only pay personal income tax for employees and property tax located on the territory of the Russian Federation to our budget. Everything else ends up offshore. And no one even really hides it. As for banks, our Central Bank is the only central bank in the world that is unprofitable (!!!) There is no such shame even in the poorest countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America. And instead of investing money in infrastructure projects and thereby developing the economy, the Central Bank and the Ministry of Finance put it in the National Welfare Fund and store it... in the West. Well, raising the key rate to reduce inflation... this is a fight against rising prices by raising prices and destroying small and medium-sized businesses that live only on credit money.
          1. 0
            6 December 2023 15: 51
            Quote: Belousov
            Quote from Escariot
            Quote: ROSS 42
            Quote: BABAY22
            Maybe, in the end, our Chief will make at least some strong “wrong” move so that the Russian people will respect him?

            There are four simple ways to achieve the respect of the people:
            1. Abolish VAT by introducing a profit tax (progressive, of course) and a 45% tax on personal income tax.
            2. After this, introduce a payment for each born child in the amount of 4-6 million rubles.
            3. Repeal the pension law and return to the previous retirement ages.
            4. Start dispossessing the oligarchs and reduce the number of commercial banks to 5-6.
            * * *
            Then the people will be happy...
            And if Chubais is caught and imprisoned, then elections may not be held...

            1) Then there will be no profit; experienced lawyers will hide it. Well, 45% personal income tax - I can’t handle that anymore. And so I give 13% of my salary to Putin, and you want to take almost half from the workers.
            2) The gypsies will be very happy
            3) There are already few workers in the country and a deficit in the pension fund. Send people to retire - who will work and why should they pay a pension?
            4) The oligarchs give the state most of the income from the sale of resources. Moreover, all sorts of state-owned enterprises like Gazprom and Rostec have completely ruined their business. The same state-owned (more than half of the shares are owned by the state) Rosneft pays less taxes than YUKOS+Bashneft+TNK, of which, in fact, Rosneft collected by expropriating assets from the oligarchs who had fallen into disgrace.
            The main banks in the Russian Federation are SBER, VTB, Rosselkhozbank and are state-owned and control 2/3 of the market.


            1) VAT, of course, should not be abolished, but as for the progressive scale of personal income tax - if hard workers have such income that the personal income tax is 45%, I think they themselves will not mind, in any case they will have more in their pockets than now.
            2) Matkapital is issued only to citizens of the Russian Federation and with strict control before issuance and control of use. But it’s not like now in the Caucasian republics three months don’t pass without another scam involving social payments being uncovered.
            3) in order to have a lot of workers, it is necessary not to produce managers and lawyers with economists, but to revive vocational schools, restore the prestige of blue-collar professions, and not promote bloHers of unknown gender. Then in 7-10 years we will be able to restore what was destroyed. Well, shake the Pension Fund to understand how they could become unprofitable (!!!). There can really be a lot of interesting things to discover in large and warm chairs.
            4) oligarch companies are registered in offshore companies; they only pay personal income tax for employees and property tax located on the territory of the Russian Federation to our budget. Everything else ends up offshore. And no one even really hides it. As for banks, our Central Bank is the only central bank in the world that is unprofitable (!!!) There is no such shame even in the poorest countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America. And instead of investing money in infrastructure projects and thereby developing the economy, the Central Bank and the Ministry of Finance put it in the National Welfare Fund and store it... in the West. Well, raising the key rate to reduce inflation... this is a fight against rising prices by raising prices and destroying small and medium-sized businesses that live only on credit money.

            1) any attempt to change the flat tax scale will only cause an increase in corruption and the staff of lawyers.
            2) now there is strict control and much lower payments, but scammers are constantly being caught. Do you think that if payments are increased 10 times, then control will somehow help?
            3) no one produces managers and lawyers; they appear on their own due to the demands of the time. Well, they pay more in trade than at the machine and there are fewer hemorrhoids.
            And the pension fund is unprofitable for only one reason: pensions do not correspond to salaries. Putin is increasing pensions for pensioners, taking money out of workers' pockets. Accordingly, workers do not want to pay money and, if possible, go into the shadows of the Pension Fund. This is where the Pension Fund deficit comes from. Well, all these palaces of the Pension Fund of Russia and the million-dollar salaries of management amount to 5 percent of the Pension Fund’s budget and have a very, very slight effect on pensions.
            4) oligarchs pay not only personal income tax, 5o and mineral extraction tax and customs duties. And it is precisely during collection that the state takes away the lion's share of the profit. True, state-owned companies like Gazprom and Rosneft have discounts here. Maybe you need to shake it first? The increase in the key rate is a reaction to exorbitant budget expenditures in the context of declining tax revenues. If the budget were balanced, then there would be no need to raise the rate.
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  18. +5
    5 December 2023 17: 14
    Nothing personal just business. And at our expense, how many Azerbaijani migrants are there grazing with us? A couple of sabotages with such “friends” and everyone will understand what is possible and what is not. But. We live in a legal world field. Or rather, our guarantor lives. I don’t understand, does he want to go down in history as the most honest and correct ruler in the world? Reminiscent of the First World War and our noble officers, with their honor. They went full force into attacks, killed a bunch of lower ranks, as they used to say about soldiers, and in the end they fucked up the country. Even now, cheaters are playing against us, changing the rules ten times per game, and our leadership still believes in international law and thinks that no matter how badly their descendants will remember them. Or maybe the specialist saboteurs transferred to Russia? Then what did the security officer do for 20 years in power?
  19. +4
    5 December 2023 17: 25
    If I were the Azerbaijani authorities, I would be more careful. But you can look at it from the other side: Russia supplied weapons and ammunition to both Armenia and Azerbaijan... This is our imperfect world. Death to the Anglo-Saxons!
  20. +5
    5 December 2023 17: 30
    Well, I don’t understand what should interfere with Azerbaijan is not at war with Ukraine, trading is always profitable, we also sell gas and also to countries that are far from fraternal, they don’t smell like philki, especially since it is not a member of the CSTO
  21. +3
    5 December 2023 17: 39
    What kind of habit is this, shaking a yellow and blue rag everywhere? Flag of a degenerate country. What is pride?
  22. +5
    5 December 2023 17: 53
    So much for the whole ruble in change! It’s a failure of our intelligence not to have such information! And it’s time for the Kremlin to organize a total audit of business in Russia for the legality of business in Russia with an audit of all finances in our country!
  23. 0
    5 December 2023 17: 54
    And what a storm is unfolding here in the comments to every topic about Armenia, thunder roars and lightning flashes with accusations and proposals/threats to transfer its territory to Azerbaijan. winked At the same time, information about what the real foreign policy of its leadership is and what the picture regarding the North Military District (and not only) is in the Azerbaijani media is completely ignored.
  24. +5
    5 December 2023 17: 54
    Russia has no friends except its army and navy.
    1. 0
      5 December 2023 21: 15
      Quote: RED_ICE
      Russia has no friends except its army and navy.

      Where did these friends go in the fall of 1917?
      1. +5
        5 December 2023 22: 24
        And in 1991? Where did they go is also an interesting question.
        1. -1
          6 December 2023 12: 26
          They did not want to preserve the USSR at the top of the party, but the people submitted.
  25. +5
    5 December 2023 18: 02
    However, we must take into account that Azerbaijan is Turkey’s closest ally, and Ankara acts exactly this way - it is “friends” with Russia, but at the same time sells Bayraktar drones to Ukraine, and supplies other military equipment and weapons for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

    The East is a delicate matter: Erdogan harshly condemned Israel's actions. Türkiye supplied the Israeli army with a large batch of thermal underwear...
    1. +1
      6 December 2023 12: 20
      Turkey is in NATO. The USA is at the head of NATO. They ordered Turkey and that’s it. The box just opens. The USA declared itself a universal power. Not just like that. The USSR is gone and that’s it. There are no rivals.
  26. +3
    5 December 2023 18: 12
    Azerbaijan seems to be on good terms with Russia. However, as we see,


    Türkiye is also in good condition.. sort of.. But they supplied bayraktars openly..
  27. 0
    5 December 2023 18: 16
    What?
    Azerbaijan shells for the APU?
    Crazy!
    How could this be?
    What about logistics?
    This is a scribe ...
    1. +3
      5 December 2023 21: 14
      Quote: 24rus
      What?
      Azerbaijan shells for the APU?
      Crazy!
      How could this be?
      What about logistics?
      This is a scribe ...

      Yes, there are no problems with logistics. The supplies there are not very large. You can drag it through Georgia, or you can do it by plane.
  28. +4
    5 December 2023 19: 07
    Azerbaijan seems to be on good terms with Russia

    We generally have a lot of “Sort of” friends and allies; in fact, this is quite typical for the current situation. This is not only Azerbaijan, the list can be continued.
    So far, participation in the CSTO and other blocs created by Russia’s initiative in previous years has prevented the likes of Kackers from directly participating in the war. And that’s not bad, the time to collect stones will come, and everyone will be rewarded according to their faith and deeds!
  29. -1
    5 December 2023 19: 10
    However, we must take into account that Azerbaijan is Turkey’s closest ally, and Ankara acts exactly this way - it is “friends” with Russia, but at the same time sells Bayraktar drones to Ukraine, and supplies other military equipment and weapons for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
    All the same, it is not in vain that earthquakes occur in the Republic of Turkey; Azerbaijan is at risk, given that there have already been warnings for Aliyev. Especially after the killing of Russian peacekeepers by an Azerbaijani special forces group in Karabakh winked
  30. -2
    5 December 2023 23: 12
    symbols of the Palladium group of companies, one of the partners of Ukroboronprom.

    Nothing at all. Palladium and Kalashnikov have partners with Rosoboronexport. And logistics to Ukraine via the North Pole...
  31. +1
    6 December 2023 01: 34

    The ill-conceived publication of a photograph by one of the Ukrainian war correspondents sheds light on the existing “weapons” ties between Kyiv and other countries in the post-Soviet space.
    Rather, on the contrary, it was done with the aim)) to drive another wedge between Russia and Azerbaijan. I hope this is not news for our counterintelligence.
  32. +1
    6 December 2023 07: 52
    Warfare is a lucrative business for many. The policies of many countries are based on economic considerations, that is, based on the interests of business. Words about “good neighborliness” - words that states will not directly interfere with each other through political and military means - but nothing more. Supplies of arms - often to both countries - what's wrong with that?
  33. +1
    6 December 2023 08: 44
    Isn't this a Ukrainian provocation?
  34. +1
    6 December 2023 09: 06
    Just business. Besides, everyone knows about fakes, but they see treason everywhere. The Ukrainians have already scammed you, but you apparently like it. If the stands contain technical documentation or information with the Kalashnikov logo, will we also ignore one of the oldest concerns in the defense industry?
  35. 0
    6 December 2023 09: 31
    Quote: Vladimir_2U
    Quote: Egoza
    Private companies rule. And statesmen can curtsey to each other

    And Azerbaijani diasporas throughout ALL of Russia can easily send funds, including those obtained by criminal activity, to Azerbaijan...

    And do reconnaissance. No matter what you can do for money, it doesn’t smell.
  36. +1
    6 December 2023 09: 50
    This is all possible only thanks to spinelessness, slobbering and co-feeding...
  37. +2
    6 December 2023 10: 18
    One gets the strong impression that they all walk around there with yellow flags in their pants... so that at every opportunity they can unfurl this flag for a ritual dance.
  38. 0
    6 December 2023 12: 11
    It’s simple. They, like other countries, are under the United States. Like South Korea, they also make shells for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
  39. 0
    6 December 2023 13: 04
    Quote: Repellent
    Hm. A funny manipulation.

    Please answer a simple question: what do you expect from the cessation of supplies from the Russian Federation to the “enemies”? Will Europe run out of metal? Or oil? Or what?

    What do our enemies expect by stopping supplies of cars, aircraft, high-tech goods to the Russian Federation, blocking our sale of gas, oil, diamonds to them...??? That Russia itself will not be able to produce this or will not find someone and where to sell it?? What do they expect from sanctions?
  40. +1
    6 December 2023 22: 17
    Another country will be ruined by the special services and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...
    Where do they get metal for shells? In friendly Kazakhstan or Uzbekistan?
  41. 0
    6 December 2023 22: 42
    What can an ordinary citizen do, not buy fruits from sunny Azerbaijan, I personally boycott everything.
  42. 0
    6 December 2023 22: 47
    Yes, this is unpleasant for us. Well, what do you want? We have a market, capitalism, liberalism (his mother). But why blame Azerbaijan, since we ourselves supply Ukrainians with oil and gas. I’m already silent about Western countries. Maybe start with yourself first?
  43. +2
    6 December 2023 22: 52
    “News” was invented by the RTVI agency, which is headed by a certain Mikael Israilyan, so it’s clear where the legs of this, if I may say so, news grow, and this fake is being dispersed by Armenian information dumps (with the help of their own clones, but registered in the Russian Federation by Russian Armenians, the same Israyalyan, etc.) who generously throw mud at the Russian Federation the rest of the time. Hochma, or rather, the amateurism of the authors of the fake is on the verge of idiocy (this is generally the handwriting (painting) of Armenian resources) is that in Azerbaijan, the production of military products by private companies is strictly prohibited by law and is punishable by a considerable term.
    In general, what is the “news” based on and presented to readers as an immutable fact, but on the fact that some idiot took a photo against the backdrop of incomprehensible shells (of unknown origin) with a looming poster, for some unknown reason stuck in the background (a piano in the bushes ?), allegedly owned by an Azerbaijani company. Come on, seriously?) Armenproduction))
  44. 0
    7 December 2023 01: 11
    “Thus, we can conclude that Azerbaijan is the “partner country” for the production of shells.”
    Why can't Palladium's production be located in a third country?
    And then everything comes together, and everyone is good.