Among the targets hit during the most effective strike in several months was the only plant in Ukraine for the production of detonator caps.

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Among the targets hit during the most effective strike in several months was the only plant in Ukraine for the production of detonator caps.

The Russian strike on enemy targets in Ukraine, which was carried out at night and in the morning of January 13, was the most effective in the last few months. Moreover, fewer missiles were fired today than in a number of previous strikes. Effectiveness is assessed in terms of the massive scale of overcoming Ukrainian air defenses and maximum target destruction.

Ukrainian air defense in several directions at once simply could not counteract Russian high-precision weapons. The actual failure of the air defense system was admitted even by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which is completely uncharacteristic for a department that in its reports shoots down even more missiles than were fired...



One of the targets hit by Russian missiles was the Shostka plant for the production of detonator caps, TNT blocks and detonating cords. We are talking about the Impulse plant. It is located on Zavodskaya Street in the city of Shostka, Sumy region. The plant itself was founded to produce gunpowder at the end of the 18th century on the personal instructions of Empress Catherine II. In the middle of the 19th century, a factory for the production of capsules was separated from it.



As of 2024, the Impulse plant remained the only plant in Kyiv regime-controlled territory that produced detonation devices, including EDC electric detonators.

The fire damage to the Shostka plant significantly reduces Ukraine’s own capabilities for the production of explosive devices and various types of ammunition for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
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    1. +7
      13 January 2024 19: 23
      The NATO missile strike warning system is broken, bring a new one.
      1. +1
        13 January 2024 19: 26
        They warn, but what's the point?
        1. 0
          13 January 2024 21: 07
          One of the targets hit by Russian missiles was the Shostka plant for the production of detonator caps,

          As it should be, the primer ignited and the detonator transmitted a large fellow Hello everyone!
          1. +17
            14 January 2024 02: 30
            I wonder why this plant worked non-stop for two years? We didn’t know about it, there weren’t enough missiles or we hadn’t started yet?
            1. GGV
              +8
              14 January 2024 07: 53
              And even in the Sumy region. This is on the border with Russia. As I read in the article: “Shostka”, also my first thought: a strategic plant on the border with us and almost 2 years have passed.
              1. 0
                14 January 2024 08: 50
                This is on the border with Russia.

                Moreover, this plant just needs to be burned down, the workers should be warned not to come out that day and launch massive missiles and factories..
                1. fiv
                  0
                  14 January 2024 08: 56
                  Like these hard workers have nothing to do with it? Let qualified workers disappear too. Why warn?
                2. 0
                  15 January 2024 16: 07
                  Even the Americans didn’t bomb this plant. there was an aging manual production, and the territory...... you can’t clear it out in a week. It seems like the powder was already covered.
            2. +3
              14 January 2024 11: 54
              It will continue to work when the surviving machines are moved to another workshop and everything that was destroyed is completed. This has always been the case and nothing is final until our infantry soldier is there. Why do many people have such naive confidence that a couple of missiles can destroy a factory, or even a port like Odessa?
              Once again I will give the example of the port of Hai Phong (Vietnam), which for 10 years was ironed weekly by dozens of American planes. They dropped hundreds of thousands of tons of bombs on the port, and the port did not stop working for a single day!!!!
              1. +1
                15 January 2024 16: 12
                Yes, there are machines... for once two. but when mercury fulminate or azide vomits, the si-4 rests. and it is located practically in the city center. We also need the former Svema and the chemical plant. And it wouldn’t hurt to smash the gelatin one, if it’s still alive.
        2. 0
          15 January 2024 01: 15
          Quote: Victor Sergeev
          They warn, but what's the point?

          It used to be “the Ministry of Health warns”. laughing
      2. -11
        13 January 2024 19: 27
        "Russian Iskander-Ms destroyed the temporary deployment point of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Kharkov."

        Accuracy is not enough! The Park Hotel building itself - REMAINS, those inside - only received concussions, those on the other side of the explosion - and escaped with minor injuries. The problem is much broader: craters are often visible - TENS of meters away from the target, which greatly reduces the effectiveness (especially when compared with strikes by US and other means). Improving accuracy is EXTREMELY necessary. Weapons must CONSTANTLY be improved!soldier
        1. +17
          13 January 2024 20: 05
          Quote: Sulla__Glorious
          which greatly reduces the effectiveness (especially when compared with attacks by US and other means)

          And I’ll tell you a secret - the accuracy of the US strikes is explained by the fact that only accurately hit strikes are reported in the media. And everything that passes by is considered as if it never happened. Sometimes, however, there are problems that cannot be silenced - for example, the Chinese embassy in Belgrade. But this goes according to the article: Well, sorry, it happens...
          1. -14
            13 January 2024 20: 31
            And I’ll tell you a secret - the accuracy of the US strikes is explained by the fact that only accurately hit strikes are reported in the media.

            On YouTube, see for yourself, the Ukrainians are posting videos of these funnels. Yes, we hit the target (the bull's-eye), but also often, as they say in "milk".
            1. +9
              13 January 2024 21: 04
              Quote: private person
              Look on YouTube

              What are you talking about? I already know that absolutely any blows either hit the bull’s eye or just hit the milk. However, it was not about our strikes from the point of view of the Ukrainians, but about the fact that the Americans supposedly always hit where they aim. Which, to put it mildly, is not true.
            2. -2
              13 January 2024 22: 45
              Quote: private person
              On YouTube, see for yourself, the Ukrainians are posting videos of these funnels. Yes, we hit the target (the bull's-eye), but also often, as they say in "milk".

              In war it’s like in war... Sometimes it flies past the cash register and sometimes it doesn’t seem like much!
          2. +1
            13 January 2024 21: 19
            And they also “flew” to the moon 55 years ago. Now they “launch” helicopters on Mars and “fly” between the two halves of Pluto. Everything is on the rise. It’s not enough to jump on the Moon, you need to bring a rover there. There are few rovers on Mars, we need helicopters. The messages must be increasingly sensational. Tomorrow the Martians will be found and interviewed. Well, they should lie to their cowboys (shepherds). Why should normal people fool their heads? Especially for children!
            1. -4
              13 January 2024 21: 48
              Well, they should lie to their cowboys (shepherds).

              So the funny thing is that everyone believes or pretends to believe. In short, they lick one place.
            2. -4
              14 January 2024 02: 32
              What do you have against a helicopter on Mars? Have you been there and are you sure that he is not there?
              1. +1
                14 January 2024 09: 41
                What do you have against a helicopter on Mars? Have you been there and are you sure that he is not there?

                I'm sure. The atmospheric density is very low. Won't take off
              2. 0
                14 January 2024 09: 41
                What do you have against a helicopter on Mars? Have you been there and are you sure that he is not there?

                I'm sure. The atmospheric density is very low. Won't take off
                1. 0
                  24 January 2024 17: 01
                  Yes, and before people also believed that heavier-than-air vehicles could fly
        2. +1
          14 January 2024 23: 29
          the accuracy is quite normal .. it was just initially assumed that if the Iskanders started shooting, the warhead would be nuclear, and not this one - “one-shot” .. and for tactical nuclear weapons, plus or minus 10 meters is nothing at all ..
    2. +21
      13 January 2024 19: 25
      plant in Shostka significantly reduces Ukraine’s own capabilities for the production of explosive devices and various.

      -and adds more worries to the FSB.
      + second time about gunpowder: did the plant operate for 22 months?
      1. +4
        13 January 2024 19: 34
        Quote: antivirus
        + second time about gunpowder: did the plant operate for 22 months?

        This is what confuses DW.... But everyone already understands... they tried to take it unceremoniously, like in Chechnya. And then right now everything went into a protracted state and they accumulated a resource of consumables IMHO
      2. +17
        13 January 2024 19: 36
        :22 months did the plant operate?

        Since the 18th century there have been inaccurate coordinates, I can’t find any other explanation. wassat
        Holiday greetings drinks
        1. +8
          13 January 2024 20: 35
          Happy incoming colleague! hi drinks The Old will become New... and fortunately... the boys got in touch... they jammed them specifically... right now on vacation in rotation... everyone is alive... it’s just the little things drinks
        2. +1
          13 January 2024 21: 09
          Shktka: and you too, don’t stay in the old year.



          ......
          .....
          The Old Believers remained in Russia. Approximately 100 million Orthodox Christians
      3. 0
        13 January 2024 20: 01
        Quote: antivirus
        for the second time about gunpowder: did the plant operate for 22 months?

        And everyone knew about it, even I was not an initiate.
    3. +13
      13 January 2024 19: 26
      The only question that arises is, why only now, what prevented you from doing this earlier and making life at least a little more difficult for the enemy?
      1. +1
        13 January 2024 19: 30
        Maybe they didn’t produce detonators in commercial quantities until recently?
        1. +4
          13 January 2024 22: 16
          Or maybe some oligarchs finally sold it to some other oligarchs and then it all started! There is no other explanation :-(
          1. +2
            13 January 2024 22: 30
            You can come up with many others besides what the Architect gave. For example, before this, other similar plants could have been affected (I don’t know if they existed at all, but this is just an example), and now this one’s turn has come. Before this, the Ukrainians were able to successfully mask the traces of the activity of this plant and make ours think that it was not working. Your version of explanation also applies. But still, I recognize the last sentence of your comment as too confident.
    4. +10
      13 January 2024 19: 28
      As of 2024, the Impulse plant remained the only plant in Kyiv regime-controlled territory that produced detonation devices, including EDC electric detonators.
      It’s strange why the strike at the capsule factory in Shostka was not issued back in 2022, which was what they were waiting for... request recourse
      1. +2
        13 January 2024 20: 02
        So this... vigilance should have been put to sleep first! (joke)
        1. +1
          13 January 2024 20: 04
          So this... vigilance should have been put to sleep first! (joke)
          Ahhhh new tactic. While no one sees fellow
        2. +3
          13 January 2024 22: 52
          Quote from Pharmacist
          So this... vigilance should have been put to sleep first! (joke)

          The imagination is stunned by how many lives this factory took of our guys... And this is not a reproach - this is a direct accusation against our General Staff!!! am
      2. +1
        13 January 2024 20: 41
        It’s strange why the strike at the capsule factory in Shostka was not issued back in 2022,

        Well, probably because perhaps one of our oligarchs had a “selfish” interest there? There is no other explanation.
        1. +8
          13 January 2024 21: 11
          Quote: private person
          Well, probably because perhaps one of our oligarchs had a “selfish” interest there? There is no other explanation.

          Look, in Podolsk, the cartridge plant was owned by a foreigner, and only after the accident did Putin give the order to nationalize the plant.
          What, Vorobyov (the governor of the Moscow region) didn’t know about this before?
          1. +2
            13 January 2024 23: 19
            Quote: Clear
            in Podolsk, the cartridge factory was owned by a foreigner

            I’m embarrassed to ask: how did this affect defense capability?
            1. -2
              14 January 2024 02: 36
              Quote from: nik-mazur
              I’m embarrassed to ask: how did this affect defense capability?

              So everyone admits that there are not enough cartridges and ammunition. Prigozhin asked Shoigu for shells and cartridges
              1. 0
                14 January 2024 11: 51
                Quote from Alorg
                everyone admits that there are not enough cartridges and ammunition

                That is, you think that the warehouses are empty, there are no other factories, and the foreign owner of the Podolsk cartridge plant with his power slowed down the production of cartridges so much that there were not enough of them on the front line?
            2. -3
              14 January 2024 02: 36
              Quote from: nik-mazur
              I’m embarrassed to ask: how did this affect defense capability?

              So everyone admits that there are not enough cartridges and ammunition. Prigozhin asked Shoigu for shells and cartridges
        2. -3
          13 January 2024 21: 17
          Well, probably because perhaps one of our oligarchs had a “selfish” interest there? There is no other explanation.
          What oligarchs I beg you laughing The oligarchs have somewhere else to buy primers for hunting, although maybe someone is interested in Ukrainian primers for better ignition. But in light of the strike at the Shostka plant, we can say that Ukrainian capsules are losing their former relevance than before the SVO. By the way, like the recent blow to Kyiv, when the staff of the American embassy, ​​probably swearing in the national language, went down to the bomb shelter and stopped the train with the French ambassador on his way to bow to the darkest. good drinks
          1. +2
            13 January 2024 21: 42
            What oligarchs I beg you

            Well, you just follow the pattern that there are no oligarchs in Russia. Yes, probably half of the businesses in the region belonged to Russian hucksters. Did our missiles hit at least one embassy? Maybe this explains that Russia has not yet attacked the center of Kueva?
            1. -5
              13 January 2024 21: 54
              Well, you just follow the pattern that there are no oligarchs in Russia. Yes, probably half of the businesses in the region belonged to Russian hucksters. Did our missiles hit at least one embassy? Maybe this explains that Russia has not yet attacked the center of Kueva?
              Oligarchs in peacetime and on the territory of the Russian Federation, as well as business there. The SVO is carried out in (in) Ukraine, and therefore I do not see any connection between Russian oligarchs and factories in (in) Ukraine, despite the legal affiliation to the group of companies of one or another oligarch from the Russian Federation. Moreover, the above factories produce products for the armed forces of Ukraine, and not the Russian Federation. So the hucksters, as you noted, will wait. The demand from them is different and on a different topic at one time. If only taxes were regularly paid to the state budget of the Russian Federation in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, and not of Ukraine. They also complied with the requirements of Labor legislation in relation to their employees on the territory of the Russian Federation.
            2. +2
              13 January 2024 23: 20
              Quote: private person
              Our missiles hit at least one embassy

              Why would our missiles hit any embassies? What military need is there for this?
              1. 0
                14 January 2024 00: 18
                Quote from: nik-mazur
                Quote: private person
                Our missiles hit at least one embassy

                Why would our missiles hit any embassies? What military need is there for this?

                And they naively think that if the German embassy is destroyed, they will immediately stop sending Leo from the 4th Reich....
                1. 0
                  14 January 2024 11: 54
                  Quote: your1970
                  And they think naively

                  When reading some comments, I have a suspicion that their authors write without thinking at all. Like, you don’t reflect, you spread...
        3. +2
          13 January 2024 21: 58
          there was nothing to knock it out with. There are many missiles and few targets.
          1. +2
            13 January 2024 22: 33
            Here is an adequate explanation. There are few missiles. This plant could be constantly moved downwards to work on other - unexpectedly identified - purposes.
        4. +3
          13 January 2024 23: 19
          Quote: private person
          perhaps one of our oligarchs had a “selfish” interest there

          Do you seriously think that some civilian, even a billionaire, has the opportunity to influence the development of military plans, in particular, the choice of targets? How do you imagine this in reality? The oligarch comes to the General Staff and says: Don’t shoot here - do I have a selfish interest there? And the generals told him: We obey, comrade oligarch.
          In general, when the patriotic guards begin to look for reasons, it seems that they are delusional...
    5. +6
      13 January 2024 19: 31
      Well, yes... I, as an expert in explosives, confirm that I cannot do this on my knee. You can, of course, bypass it, but to do it en masse... it’s not realistic.
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    7. +8
      13 January 2024 19: 38
      The fire damage to the Shostka plant significantly reduces Ukraine’s own capabilities for the production of explosive devices and various types of ammunition for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
      Just don’t say things like: We took care of the infrastructure and the environment. They would immediately drop a couple of FABs from 1500 and above at the capsule factory, how many lives would they save on the LBS...
      1. 0
        13 January 2024 21: 14
        Quote: oppozite28
        The fire damage to the Shostka plant significantly reduces Ukraine’s own capabilities for the production of explosive devices and various types of ammunition for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
        Just don’t say things like: We took care of the infrastructure and the environment. They would immediately drop a couple of FABs from 1500 and above at the capsule factory, how many lives would they save on the LBS...

        You definitely won’t find lawyers on this topic on the forum. Here, basically, everyone since February 22 is in favor of a radical solution to the issue!
        I don’t understand why you were downvoted?
        1. -1
          13 January 2024 21: 25
          You definitely won’t find lawyers on this topic on the forum. Here, basically, everyone since February 22 is in favor of a radical solution to the issue!
          I don’t understand why you were downvoted?
          Clear hi . Ukrainian rebels are trying, all sorts of spies. There is no one else. Disturbers of local peace Yin and Yang request
        2. +1
          13 January 2024 21: 30
          I don’t understand why you were downvoted?
          So it’s not the brothers who are trying. They are all over here like fleas on a pig. I am also often downvoted by the entire unit.
      2. +1
        14 January 2024 00: 20
        I’m embarrassed to ask, why would you bring the FAB1500 there if the planes are shot down?
        1. +2
          14 January 2024 03: 21
          I’m embarrassed to ask, why would you bring the FAB1500 there if the planes are shot down?
          Thanks for delivery from Sber! on a scooter good drinks
          1. 0
            15 January 2024 12: 44
            Quote: oppozite28
            I’m embarrassed to ask, why would you bring the FAB1500 there if the planes are shot down?
            Thanks for delivery from Sber! on a scooter good drinks

            If Gref drives a scooter, I don’t mind!!!
            1. 0
              15 January 2024 12: 48
              If Gref drives a scooter, I don’t mind!!!
              Totally agree with you !!! good drinks
    8. +11
      13 January 2024 19: 47
      I finally stopped understanding the logic of choosing targets for the Russian Defense Ministry.
      Personally, for me, this plant should have been one of the priority targets, along with diesel locomotive depots, refineries and bridges, as well as runways and air defense.
      But judging by practice, factories for sewing military-style clothing are much more important in military terms than some single factory for the production of detonator capsules. It's mind boggling!
      1. +5
        13 January 2024 21: 17
        Quote: Sergey_Bely
        The mind is incomprehensible!

        And, it is mind-boggling that in February, March 22, and even after, we did not hit the barracks of the Ukrainian Armed Forces at all. And now we pick them out individually from their holes using people’s drones.
        1. +5
          13 January 2024 21: 49
          And, it is mind-boggling that in February, March 22, and even after, we did not hit the barracks of the Ukrainian Armed Forces at all. And now we pick them out individually from their holes using people’s drones.

          I can personally explain this. Although I think it was a mistake.
          The Russian Defense Ministry clearly believed that the troops would be given the keys to the cities on a silver platter.
          Therefore, they marched in columns without air defense cover.
          And no one will ever bear responsibility for miscalculations. But the lives of the military cannot be returned...
          So, they didn’t bomb, so as not to embitter the Ukrainian military and not to interfere with the removal of the keys to the city.
          There simply was no Plan B. And mobilization showed this. It is unlikely that long-term military operations would begin without a prepared reserve. But there was only one plan. And most likely all the details of this plan were received from the moles in advance. Here is the result.
          I'd like to be wrong!
          1. +3
            13 January 2024 22: 37
            Quote: Sergey_Bely
            I'd like to be wrong!

            Why would you want to? If you described everything correctly, then this indicates a cruel miscalculation of the management, yes. But this also shows that it somehow draws conclusions. So this is the most optimistic explanation of what happened - a lack of experience and competencies, which are now being gained (slower than we would like).
            Much worse is the explanation of the style “everything is planned this way, and Putin is about to surrender Russia under the guise of defeat from Ukraine in exchange for a villa near Washington.” And I saw this.
          2. +5
            13 January 2024 23: 23
            Of all the participants in the video meeting in the Kremlin on February 24, 2022, it seems that only Naryshkin more or less understood what the SVO would lead to without preparation.....
          3. 0
            14 January 2024 00: 37
            Quote: Sergey_Bely
            And no one will ever bear responsibility for miscalculations. But the lives of the military cannot be returned...

            NGSH SC Zhukov G.K. bore a lot of responsibility. for the mediocrely botched start of the war? The actions of the Wehrmacht that he type predicted during pre-war exercises? Well, did he allow that Minsk was surrendered on the 7th day of the war?
      2. -3
        13 January 2024 23: 57
        Not everything is so transparent and understandable. We need intelligence data from different sources, an assessment of protection, conclusions on the consequences for the civilian population and the environment. There is no need to draw conclusions about things that you have no direct connection to.
      3. +1
        14 January 2024 03: 25
        I finally stopped understanding the logic of choosing targets for the Russian Defense Ministry.
        Personally, for me, this plant should have been one of the priority targets, along with diesel locomotive depots, refineries and bridges, as well as runways and air defense.
        But judging by practice, factories for sewing military-style clothing are much more important in military terms than some single factory for the production of detonator capsules. It's mind boggling!
        I dare to suggest that the logic of choosing targets for the Russian Defense Ministry depends on the results of secret voting through a private Telegram channel feel
    9. +6
      13 January 2024 19: 52
      finally! Capsules and detonators are a delicate matter, they require equipment and technology, without these products you won’t be able to shoot))
      1. 0
        30 January 2024 11: 12
        have you seen this plant? probably the women still use their hands and arms... just like in the powder room.
    10. +6
      13 January 2024 19: 53
      The accuracy of hits against the enemy will increase. Today's success of "bombing" the military-industrial complex of Ukraine is not an accidental success. This means that work is underway to improve Russia’s weapons. At the capsule factory, not only production was destroyed, but also a substantial supply of finished products. Starting from a cartridge to a pistol, an artillery shell, a rocket... there are primers everywhere. It is necessary to look for weak points in the weapons pipeline. This is how it is in politics. The conveyor belt of anti-people laws in Kyiv is still working...
    11. +4
      13 January 2024 19: 56
      There were Russian troops in the Sumy region, there were 3 spits to the border!!!!! And only 2 years later the plant was hit?

      Don't make my slippers laugh with such success!!!
    12. -3
      13 January 2024 20: 23
      Almost 2 years later.... request
    13. +1
      13 January 2024 20: 41
      Quote: Sulla__Glorious

      Accuracy is not enough!... The problem is much broader: craters are often visible - TENS of meters away from the target, which greatly reduces the effectiveness (especially when compared with strikes by US and other weapons)

      Well, yes, it couldn’t be wider. Simplicity is worse than theft.
    14. -13
      13 January 2024 21: 07
      A factory for the production of detonator caps? - it’s funny - yes, there are so many of them in any garage box - you can make so many - there’s enough for the whole world
      1. +4
        13 January 2024 22: 26
        Would you take it and try it? The initiating mixture is “cooked” in insulated boxes with knockout panels; special robotic arms are controlled by remote control. They are also packaged in separate “booths”. This is an extremely dangerous production with the highest degree of protection. God forbid static - it will be very loud!
        1. -3
          14 January 2024 00: 44
          Quote: Vlodek
          special robotic hands with remote control. They are also packaged in separate “booths”.

          I’m embarrassed to ask - in BEFORE robotic times, how were they released? At the same plant?
        2. 0
          30 January 2024 11: 14
          yeah, Catherine built the defense.... well, write about it without knowing. a plant in the city center, one might say. It's a 5-minute walk to the gunpowder checkpoint from the central department store.
    15. +1
      13 January 2024 21: 32
      Good news. Well done!
    16. +1
      13 January 2024 21: 37
      for 2024, the Impulse plant remained the only plant

      Less than two years have passed. Did religion not allow it before? request
    17. -3
      13 January 2024 21: 46
      ...Improving accuracy is EXTREMELY necessary. Weapons must CONSTANTLY be improved!soldier[/ Quote]

      Must. But of course he can’t. And you can’t adjust the accuracy of trimming resistors with a screwdriver as before.
      Great plans with the entire state apparatus riding on the Volga; Micron's jerk... On KT315/361 it is no longer possible to do something that can provide the necessary accuracy.
    18. +1
      13 January 2024 21: 53
      A cousin with a Russian passport works at a military plant in Pavlograd (Dnepropetrovsk region). They are firing some missiles. He says everything is calm. The plant operates in three shifts. Salaries have been raised. Young people are actively recruited for work.
      1. -3
        13 January 2024 22: 34
        An officer's daughter, I hope? we don't trust others here
        1. +1
          13 January 2024 22: 51
          Unlike you, I have real photos, first and last names. And my sister is quite real, although she is a cousin.
      2. 0
        13 January 2024 23: 10
        Quote: Dmitry Semashko
        A cousin with a Russian passport works at a military plant in Pavlograd (Dnepropetrovsk region). They are firing some missiles. He says everything is calm. The plant operates in three shifts. Salaries have been raised. Young people are actively recruited for work.

        You can assume that you have just handed your “cousin” over to the SBU, otherwise you consider those present here to be capable of believing nonsense that a citizen of the Russian Federation will work in missile production in Ukraine. Here, either she is a potential exile to Russia, or you have incontinence of the imagination...
        1. 0
          14 January 2024 23: 43
          She has a completely different last name. And besides the Russian passport, which no one knows about, she also has a Ukrainian one. But even if the SBU identifies her, then so will she. I never understood how you can make weapons against your homeland. Her mother and father, my aunt and uncle live in Russia. My attitude towards her is extremely negative.
    19. +3
      13 January 2024 22: 11
      Congratulations to the Russian missile forces, who were particularly successful today.
      1. +2
        14 January 2024 00: 08
        In fairness, I would like to note that the factories in Shostka should have been bombed from the very beginning.
    20. +1
      13 January 2024 22: 12
      Quote: private person

      On YouTube, see for yourself, the Ukrainians are posting videos of these funnels. Yes, we hit the target (the bull's-eye), but also often, as they say in "milk".

      It remains to determine whose crater is where, from what ammunition, when it appeared, what the location of the targets was at that time.
      Photos of funnels do not prove anything at all.
    21. -1
      13 January 2024 22: 31
      Was it even possible?! The guys have been fighting for two years, the capsule factory has just now been covered with a basin... And it is located relatively close to the border! am
    22. +1
      13 January 2024 23: 02
      Quote: Clear
      Quote: Sergey_Bely
      The mind is incomprehensible!

      And, it is mind-boggling that in February, March 22, and even after, we did not hit the barracks of the Ukrainian Armed Forces at all. And now we pick them out individually from their holes using people’s drones.

      Well, why didn’t they beat you at all? I remember quite well that in Nikolaev, Dnepropetrovsk, Lvov they cut down personnel in entire units. after which the long-haired men were ordered not to gather in the barracks for “more than three”
    23. 0
      13 January 2024 23: 54
      Yes, not even 2 years have passed! A well-known chemical plant that produced explosives and, at one time, film. They took aim for a long time.
    24. -1
      14 January 2024 00: 09
      I would raze this entire territory to the ground only in revenge for the five children who died as a result of the cowardly Ukrainian terrorist attack in Belgorod. And not just this shitty factory. In addition, the factory existed there for too long. Shoigu and the FSB probably did not have the courage.
      Shoigu must finally prove himself and put an end to the conflict. Or does he want to wait in the next few weeks for the West to send new missiles and weapons to the Kyiv regime?
      And these massive missile strikes must now hit the front line, especially at critical points. And until there's nothing left.
      for example - It’s absurd that this ridiculous Ukrainian bridgehead still exists.
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    26. +3
      14 January 2024 01: 26
      Did this company work at night? if not, night destruction is pointless. the destruction of an enterprise should be carried out only with service personnel during working hours....or better yet, during a shift change. the conveyor is easily restored, but recruiting competent personnel requires a longer time.
      1. 0
        15 January 2024 18: 10
        Gold words! Does Shoigu feel sorry for the Ukrainians who produced explosives to kill Russian soldiers?
    27. -2
      14 January 2024 02: 12
      Shostka's lot fell, or they lost at cards.
    28. -3
      14 January 2024 02: 40
      Quote: Plate
      But this shows that it somehow, but draws conclusions

      Somehow in 2 years these are not conclusions, this is sabotage of the 5th column
    29. +2
      14 January 2024 10: 09
      A single hit does not equate to complete destruction. The plant has worked and will continue to work. When will we start fighting for real?
      1. -1
        14 January 2024 10: 41
        whisper so as not to know 404. if all the factories are completely destroyed, then all the hard workers will be driven to the front. do we need this?
    30. +2
      14 January 2024 10: 57
      and what did they expect, why not from the very beginning of the SVO. Why didn’t such a plant be demolished right away.
    31. +2
      14 January 2024 13: 49
      those. 2 years later they were able to hit a defense facility. They couldn’t get into it for two years! it's a shame!!!
    32. 0
      14 January 2024 15: 48
      The detonators will do nothing on the knee. Like drones. Look, they'll end up faster without eggs.
    33. +1
      15 January 2024 06: 01
      This plant turns out to have been operating and producing ammunition for 2 (two) YEARS....
      How was it necessary for the Banderlogs to disguise him, that our intelligence could not find him for two whole years??!!!
      Or was there another “agreement” not to touch him?
      And how many of our guys died for this “loot”???
    34. 0
      15 January 2024 08: 50
      And they also have a Kremenchug oil refinery, which operates successfully and supplies the Ukrainian Armed Forces with fuel... With the tenacity of a maniac, we do not want to destroy it!
    35. +1
      15 January 2024 15: 14
      In general, since the times of the USSR, there has been a pyroxylin powder plant in Shostka. Where did the author come up with TNT blocks question?

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