Russian intelligence services: Explosives hidden in icons delivered from Ukraine could blow up a five-story building

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Russian intelligence services: Explosives hidden in icons delivered from Ukraine could blow up a five-story building

The Federal Security Service (FSB) of the Russian Federation prevented the smuggling of explosives from the territory of Ukraine to our country. This was reported by the Public Relations Center (PSC) of the FSB of the Russian Federation. They tried to import explosives into the country from the territory of Latvia.

According to the FSB, the cargo followed a route from the territory of Ukraine to Romania, then to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and then to the Russian Federation.

According to the intelligence service, icons in which enemy agents hid hexogen were used to deliver explosives. According to the head of the department of the forensic center (ECC) of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Pskov region, Dmitry Belotserkovsky, a high-power plastic explosive was found in the icons.

The mass of the seized explosive is enough to blow up a five-story residential building

- quotes an expert “Rossiyskaya Gazeta».

In addition, sabotage fuses of industrial production with moderators were found in the icons. Such explosive devices are used by special forces to carry out acts of sabotage.

A man detained for smuggling explosives told investigators that the icons with explosives were supposed to be delivered to Moscow. They were going to unload them in the Russian capital. Naturally, hexogen would then be used to commit terrorist acts on the territory of our country.

Against the background of failures at the front, the Kiev regime switched to terrorist methods. And previously, the Ukrainian special services did not shun terrorist attacks and murders of political opponents, including on Russian territory. But now the terrorist nature of the Ukrainian quasi-state has become even more obvious.
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  1. +3
    April 2 2024 09: 50
    Soon they will start transporting it intra-lane.
    1. +6
      April 2 2024 09: 58
      Red lines didn't help? How easily explosives move through several countries in Europe. Will there be a note of protest? They were taken to Moscow. Those. there was someone waiting for her. There is something to work on.
      1. +2
        April 2 2024 11: 34
        .....the cargo traveled from the territory of Ukraine to Romania, then to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and then to the Russian Federation.

        Here everything is clear with xoxals, you can expect any nasty thing from them even in church utensils, on the eve of the holiday of St. Easter. But I don’t believe it to say that in Latvia they didn’t know that he was going to the Russian Federation. Moreover, the cargo was provided in transit without inspection along the entire route of EU countries.
    2. +3
      April 2 2024 10: 06
      If I were a customs officer, I would immediately suspect something was wrong. All their lives they have been exporting icons from Russia, but suddenly it’s the other way around...
      Recently there was a shortage of chicken eggs, this is where there is scope for smuggling explosives, when you can hide one or two “unbreakable” ones in a package of 10 pieces.
      But it’s even more surprising that after our Caucasian wars and the current Northern Military District with a bunch of unexploded shells, it is necessary to transport explosives from overseas, in such an intricate way.
  2. -13
    April 2 2024 09: 51
    Like in a fairy tale, the further you go, the worse it gets. We finished voting.
  3. +2
    April 2 2024 09: 52
    But now the terrorist nature of the Ukrainian quasi-state has become even more obvious.
    All that remains is to punish the Ukrainian Reich for EVERYTHING. As a terrorist state, it has no time.
  4. +6
    April 2 2024 09: 53
    The West will now use all possible means to force us to negotiate on their terms.
  5. +2
    April 2 2024 09: 53
    Well, now America will once again start shielding the Ukrainian Reich, saying they have nothing to do with it, the Russians ordered it from AliExpress.
  6. -1
    April 2 2024 09: 54
    The demons were preparing terrorist attacks for Easter.. That’s all, and Russia is still fighting with white gloves.. How not to offend anyone, etc..
    No Motherland, no Faith, no Conscience on this territory..Everyone is crap and crap bloody..What are they trying to achieve?
    When will the men all take up pitchforks and trample on the war in silence, gritting their teeth?
    1. +4
      April 2 2024 09: 57
      With pitchforks for FPV drones???

      Well, if only with prayer...
      1. 0
        April 2 2024 10: 17
        pitchforks come in different calibers.
    2. +1
      April 2 2024 13: 57
      When will the men all take up pitchforks and trample on the war in silence, gritting their teeth?

      everyone is waiting for you am
  7. +2
    April 2 2024 09: 55
    “Icons were used to deliver explosives” -

    - Nothing sacred...
  8. +4
    April 2 2024 09: 59
    According to the intelligence service, icons were used to deliver explosives, in which enemy agents hid hexogen. According to the head of the department of the forensic center (ECC) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Pskov region, Dmitry Belotserkovsky, the icons were found plastic explosive increased power.
    As far as I remember the book labeled “chipboard” that we read in the army, hexogen is a pressed white powder. Is the powder “plastic”?
    Someone, in my opinion, is lying... Maybe unconsciously, but then you just don’t have to invent details that you don’t understand.
    1. +2
      April 2 2024 10: 05
      RDX is a pressed white powder. Is the powder “plastic”? Someone, in my opinion, is lying... Maybe unconsciously, but then you just don’t have to invent details that you don’t understand.

      Powder does not exist, explosives based on hexogen do exist.
      1. 0
        April 2 2024 10: 24
        Quote: Nefarious skeptic
        Powder does not exist, explosives based on hexogen do exist.
        On Kashirskoe Highway, let me remind you, they carried “bags of sugar” into the basement.
        And if you mix the powder with a plasticizer, this reduces the power per kilogram.
        There will be no other details. Everything else is written in the book that we were given to read in the army. I never even told my wife what I read in that book.
        1. +2
          April 2 2024 11: 31
          “Everything else is written in the book that we were given to read in the army. I I never even told my wife what I read in that book." - if a to We read it in 1991 - you can calmly tell your wife.
          Everything that was “Top Secret” and “secret” in the USSR after the collapse was Limitrophes, Moldova, country 404, was immediately sold to the West very inexpensively...
          For example, maps of 25 and 10 scale - which we still have with a stamp - were openly sold on Western and our forums.
          That is, the armies of these countries sold them to everyone for symbolic money of 1-2 dollars a sheet.
          In the same way, your book - if it was kept at the headquarters of the Baltic or Kyiv Military District - was sold to the Americans right there...
          1. 0
            April 2 2024 12: 15
            Quote: your1970
            In the same way, your book - if it was kept at the headquarters of the Baltic or Kyiv Military District - was sold to the Americans right there...

            TurkVO.

            Quote: your1970
            Everything that was “Top Secret” and “secret” in the USSR after the collapse was Limitrophes, Moldova, country 404, was immediately sold to the West very inexpensively...
            The West has its own books like this - they don’t need them. They have enough of their own handicraft chemists.
            Another thing is that neither then nor now can such books be sold in a bookstore. Neither here, nor in the West. If they are available, our fifth-graders will start blowing up schools in order to disrupt a test.
            About 15-20 years ago I saw reprints of some recipes from that textbook on the Internet. It's been cleaned up now, fortunately.
            1. +1
              April 2 2024 12: 20
              "TurkVO" - I served in Kushka as a conscript in 88-90. We were 3 days late for Afghanistan - vaccinations were done and after 2 days - Gromov closed shipments
              “About 15-20 years ago I saw reprints of some recipes from that textbook on the Internet. Now, fortunately, they have cleaned it up.” - “The Anarchist’s Cookbook” can still be found.
              1. 0
                April 2 2024 12: 40
                Quote: your1970
                The Anarchist's Cookbook" can still be found.
                I was looking through the Internet - a manual for suicide bombers.
                That other one was quite a serious book for limited use. There were no photocopiers then, and recordings were not allowed. They had to sign for receipt and delivery and were forbidden to take it out of the premises. Well, of course, the special officer collected a non-disclosure agreement. That was the first time I encountered such terrible strictures. In general, back then we didn’t think much about why we needed all this.
                1. +1
                  April 2 2024 13: 24
                  In any case, if you have a strong desire, you can find everything now. And the book...
                  And so - yes, there were the strictures of the stupid mountain. And even now...
    2. +1
      April 2 2024 10: 53
      there, various sources and “talking heads” gave information, and journalists, as always, “wind in the head.” could be transported separately, and so it is used as a component (including plastic explosives). hi
    3. 0
      April 2 2024 12: 56
      Quote: Zoldat_A
      RDX is a pressed white powder. Is the powder “plastic”?

      Wikipedia, article "S-4 (explosives)".
    4. +2
      April 2 2024 14: 22
      RDX is a pressed white powder. Is the powder “plastic”?
      Someone, in my opinion, is lying... Maybe unconsciously, but then you just don’t have to invent details that you don’t understand.

      Read more about dangerous cargo from the Russian FSB (not a word about hexogen sad):

      In total, from the cargo traveling along the route Ukraine - Romania - Hungary - Slovakia - Poland - Lithuania - Latvia - Russia, 27 improvised explosive devices camouflaged in icons and ready for use, 70 kg of industrially produced high-power plastic explosives, and 91 electric detonators were recovered.

      And in general, everyone is trying to present the news as best they can, but only to be the first. I don’t quite understand the meaning of journalists using the word “smuggling”. After all, the meaning of smuggling is the unwillingness to pay customs and other taxes in order to extract maximum profit? Here is the banal secret transportation of explosives to carry out terrorist attacks.

      In the above news:

      Federal Security Service (FSB) of the Russian Federation prevented smuggling explosives from the territory of Ukraine to our country.

      Boris Rozhin has a cooler one:

      In the Pskov region, employees of the FSB of Russia together with customs smuggling channel blocked delivery of explosives from Ukraine in transit through the EU countries.

      It certainly sounds strong - “smuggling” and “smuggling channel”.
      Maybe the channel really existed, but it’s somehow strange to claim that it was blocked after one car was detained. Or am I missing something...

      And among the results of a Google search for “70 kg of high-power explosives and electric detonators ... industrially manufactured plastic” there is this oddity:

      Forbes.ru.
      https://www.forbes.ru › society › 509439-fsb-soobsila-...
      5 days ago - ... 70 kg of high-power explosives and electric detonators ... industrially manufactured plastic

      And if you follow the link, then in the news we see:

      5 hours ago
      The FSB reported an attempt to smuggle explosives into Russia in church utensils and icons

      Katya Zagvozdkina
      Forbes Editorial

      It’s not clear why and for what purpose Forbes.ru is doing this? Like all the other inaccuracies from modern (pseudo)journalists.
    5. 0
      April 2 2024 19: 36
      Quote: Zoldat_A
      Is the powder “plastic”?

      How long will it take for the average curious youngster with a B in chemistry to select the optimal plasticizer from available plastics and solvents? The hardware store has a wide range of reagents, and all plastic products are marked with the appropriate stamps for different polymers.
  9. +1
    April 2 2024 10: 01
    According to the FSB, the cargo followed a route from the territory of Ukraine to Romania, then to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and then to the Russian Federation.

    Only fiends of Satan or paranoids can transport hexogen in icons.
    “The paranoid’s body is his power, with it it will blossom or shrink.”.
  10. +3
    April 2 2024 10: 07
    What time? Wasn’t it Easter they were going to rush; in the church?
    1. +3
      April 2 2024 10: 19
      Quote: Ezekiel 25-17
      What time? Wasn’t it Easter they were going to rush; in the church?
      Quite to myself.
      They brought an icon to the church for Easter to bless... For Satanists from Ukraine - that’s it.
      I even suspect that they didn’t think of it themselves - they have someone to think for them. The same Satanists.
      1. +1
        April 2 2024 19: 24
        Quote: Ezekiel 25-17
        Wasn’t it Easter they were going to rush; in the church?

        What, do you have any doubts about the genetically French?

        But now the images of the saints will definitely have to be consecrated - against the Satanists, no less, God’s intervention helped.
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  12. -2
    April 2 2024 10: 57
    Partially questions about “where does the explosives come from for terrorist attacks”? disappears. Although this goodness can be collected throughout the country.
    This way they can supply drones under the guise of Lego.
    On the other hand, they can already be freely ordered from China (Kazakhstan-Belarus).
    1. 0
      April 2 2024 11: 06
      Where did you see the free sale of BB in Belarus? Did you blurt out a fool? Or do you work at Tsipso?
      1. -2
        April 2 2024 11: 11
        I look at the book - I see nothing?!... read carefully and don’t distort!
        A convenient excuse is chips. Under the guise of fighting for what is right, you can do other things.
        In 37, people like that did just that.
  13. +2
    April 2 2024 12: 49
    along the route from the territory of Ukraine to Romania, then to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and then to the Russian Federation.

    Direct evidence of the participation of these countries in terrorist attacks on the territory of the Russian Federation
  14. +2
    April 2 2024 13: 17
    For a long time now, the Ukrainian special services have turned the Outskirts into a terrorist state.
    SMERSH is definitely needed to fight its agents and accomplices
  15. +1
    April 2 2024 19: 17
    "Nasty surprises" (p.) V. Nuland.

    It's time to put an end to this hypothyroid hippopotamus - it stupidly wastes oxygen and fresh water on our planet. Yes, and it’s high time to treat the remnants of kurain with dust against Judeo-Bandera lice, otherwise they have become “to the edge” and will soon begin to give preference to pigs, choosing between pigs and Oksankas.