US press: The Russian Armed Forces hit a secret ammunition depot of the Ukrainian Armed Forces following a tip from a Ukrainian refugee in Poland

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US press: The Russian Armed Forces hit a secret ammunition depot of the Ukrainian Armed Forces following a tip from a Ukrainian refugee in Poland

The American press claims that the Russian army probably managed to hit a secret ammunition depot of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Ukraine following a tip from a Ukrainian refugee in Poland.

According to The Wall Street Journal, a 22-year-old young man who came from Ukraine to Poland, left without a livelihood, was allegedly forced to carry out some tasks of the Russian special services. According to the American newspaper, the Ukrainian refugee first painted graffiti on fences and in underground passages, allegedly in the interests of Russia. For these assignments he received compensation of seven dollars apiece.



The American newspaper claims that then the Ukrainian refugee began to be given more serious tasks - in particular, installing video cameras along the railway tracks along which Western military aid was transported to Ukraine. Russian intelligence services then combined the footage from these cameras with satellite surveillance and were able to track the shipment of ammunition from Poland to Ukrainian secret warehouses, which were subsequently successfully hit drones and rockets.

According to one of the high-ranking officials of Western military intelligence, in this way the Russian Armed Forces managed to destroy the military equipment and ammunition supplied to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, spending a minimum of money on the operation.
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  1. +14
    14 May 2024 13: 55
    Ours, therefore, are also not born with bast
    1. +5
      14 May 2024 13: 59
      I don’t think that our specialists are stupider than the big ones. It just had to be done on a larger scale! And before..
      1. +20
        14 May 2024 14: 06
        The Ukrainian refugee first painted graffiti on fences and underground passages, allegedly in the interests of Russia. For these assignments he received compensation of seven dollars apiece.

        A three-letter word written on a fence is, of course, in the interests of Russia... We constantly send the whole West to it... laughing
        1. +15
          14 May 2024 14: 22
          US Press: The Russian Armed Forces hit a secret ammunition depot of the Ukrainian Armed Forces following a tip from a Ukrainian refugee in Poland

          Most likely by his odious statements in the American media Washington/The Pentagon wants to help its puppet government in Warsaw begin to actively deport Ukrainian refugees from Poland - men of military age - to mobilize them into the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
          Otherwise, Warsaw seemed to temporarily refuse to do this.
        2. +7
          14 May 2024 14: 55
          Quote: Lev_Russia
          A three-letter word written on a fence is, of course, in the interests of Russia...
          And you can also show your tongue to the American ambassador in Poland...
          Or, quite heroically, pee on the fence of the Ukrainian embassy in Poland.

          Damn, we've seen enough of Hollywood... There are good films in Hollywood too - no, they watch third-rate films about "bad Russians"...
        3. +6
          14 May 2024 15: 44
          Yes, I would draw pro-Russian slogans in my city not for 7, but even for 5 dollars!
      2. +2
        14 May 2024 14: 13
        At first I painted graffiti on fences and in underground passages

        Everything is clear, he really is an agent, he painted a combination of three well-known letters on walls and fences. bully
        1. +1
          15 May 2024 16: 18
          XYZ is the coordinates of the secret warehouse
    2. +1
      14 May 2024 14: 06
      Quote: Stenolaz
      I'm not cut out for it

      The company does not knit brooms....
      the company makes coffins Yes
  2. +8
    14 May 2024 13: 56
    The American newspaper claims that then the Ukrainian refugee began to be given more serious tasks - in particular, installing video cameras along the railway tracks along which Western military aid was transported to Ukraine.

    What the hell is this?! In modern times, installing technical gadgets somewhere near the railway station. paths, in copses?!
    Yes, there, any mushroom picker will “cut them down”, considering them valuable for making money. ha-ha-ha.
    1. +3
      14 May 2024 13: 59
      The Russian Armed Forces hit a secret ammunition depot of the Ukrainian Armed Forces following a tip from a Ukrainian refugee in Poland
      What an advanced refugee....And exactly in Poland fellow
    2. 0
      14 May 2024 15: 07
      Quote: Starover_Z
      What the hell is this?! In modern times, installing technical gadgets somewhere near the railway station. paths, in copses?!
      They forgot to mention “a flask of water from the river and two handfuls of soil” (I remembered “Resident’s Mistake”). Look, in the West they would pass for intelligence experts...
    3. 0
      14 May 2024 19: 13
      What the hell is this?! In modern times, installing technical gadgets somewhere near the railway station. paths, in copses?!

      No nonsense. Camera traps "Filin" with a SIM card are an excellent tool. Have you seen the numbers on the cars? What can you find out from them (you don’t even need to break the database, just seduce the lady on duty).. A.. That’s it! Where did it come from, where to hook, where is it going...
      Eh! Baby!
      1. -1
        14 May 2024 22: 53
        Do you think this carriage is going straight to the secret warehouse? And how can a photo guess what is inside a closed carriage?
    4. 0
      14 May 2024 20: 09
      Quote: Starover_Z
      any mushroom picker will “cut it down” considering it valuable

      What if the video cameras are disguised as the eyes of a bird...for example, a woodpecker? (Stirlitz looked into the hollow... two eyes shone... "Woodpecker!" - thought Stirlitz... "You yourself are a woodpecker!" - Muller thought in response!)
  3. +11
    14 May 2024 13: 58
    This news is from the US press, from the section: Dumb, even dumber!
  4. +7
    14 May 2024 13: 58
    Cette information me semble très curieuse,
    les services de renseignements Russes n'auraient d'autres choix que de recruter un ...Ukrainien pour peindre des slogans et poser des caméras!?
    Alors qu'il doit y avoir des solutions plus fiable qu'un Ukrainien qui fait cela pour de l'argent... et qui pourrait aussi bien faire pour d'autres pour un peu plus d'argent.

    This information seems very interesting to me,
    Russian intelligence services would have no choice but to recruit him...Ukrainian to draw slogans and pose for cameras!?
    While there must be more reliable solutions than the Ukrainian who does it for money... and who could just as easily do it for others for a little more money.
    1. -11
      14 May 2024 14: 02
      You either write in Russian or refrain from commenting altogether.
      1. +11
        14 May 2024 14: 06
        Cher Monsieur, voyez vous une fois le texte taper en Français il faut le copier, le coller sur yandex attendre la traduction le copier et revenir le coller ici.
        Alors comme vous n'êtes pas poli je vais vous coller ici une maxime triviale bien de chez nous à la campagne:
        "Laisse moi le temps de pisser si tu veux boire chaud"

        Dear Sir, you see, as soon as the text is typed in French, it needs to be copied, pasted into Yandex, wait for the translation, copied and pasted here again.
        So, since you're being impolite, I'm going to throw in a corny maxim here, albeit from our home in the countryside:
        "Give me time to pee if you want it hot."
        1. +9
          14 May 2024 14: 25
          Give me time to pee if you want to drink it hot

          Gascon burns drinks
          Yandex too wassat
        2. +4
          14 May 2024 16: 48
          Dear Sir

          Chevalier d'Artagnan - il ya un soldat français préféré de tous les enfants de l'URSS
          *
          D'Artagnan is the favorite French soldier of the Soviet boys.
          1. +6
            14 May 2024 19: 17
            D'Artagnan is the favorite French soldier of the Soviet boys.

            And with age you begin to understand Richelieu. A statesman for whom 4 drunks and 3 prostitutes “spoil all the raspberries.” (From memory, from the Internet).
      2. +1
        14 May 2024 15: 45
        Yes, and you would learn to write correctly in Russian.
  5. +2
    14 May 2024 14: 01
    “The Ukrainian refugee first painted graffiti on fences and in underground passages allegedly в interests of Russia"-


    - It’s interesting that it’s him on the fence "in the interests of Russia" drew...
  6. +2
    14 May 2024 14: 27
    An itinerant artist, literally. I guessed that artists are dangerous people, especially when you offend them.
  7. +1
    14 May 2024 14: 32
    Not everyone can bribe our teenagers with them, we can too!
  8. 0
    14 May 2024 14: 42
    Oh, something tells me that the American “partners” themselves gave a tip to our fighters, and then became concerned with the fantastic version of a certain starving young man.
    The benefit is double...and more ammunition must be produced at the expense of Ho-pithecus and the destroyed ones cannot be identified as overseas.
  9. +2
    14 May 2024 15: 27
    In a country where there are a million Ukrainian refugees, someone is installing cameras along the roads. How long did it hang there?
  10. +1
    14 May 2024 15: 35
    Looks like a justification for the deportation of the Uhilants.
  11. 0
    14 May 2024 15: 40
    They came up with a good excuse, which means a couple of lards of help have already been cut. How else can you quickly write them off?
  12. 0
    14 May 2024 15: 54
    Faux...les ukrainiens et occidentaux ont perdu la guerre,pas besoin de trouver des prétextes
  13. -1
    14 May 2024 16: 07
    Bashirov and Petrov switched to graffiti in Washington, piecework payment: Z, O, V. Yes, I would become a millionaire in a week.
  14. 0
    14 May 2024 16: 15
    What a pitch, huh?! I’m simply amazed at this Anglo-Saxon megalomania. Everything that is in favor of the Russians is, they say, out of despair. For this you need to punish, methodically, with persistence, not forgive anything, write it down in the subcortex and PUNISH!!!!
  15. 0
    14 May 2024 16: 34
    The guy simply began to see the light... that the Ukrainians had simply been scammed. He drew something on the fence, which the Washington regional committee really didn’t like... All the warehouses that the Ukrainians plundered were attributed to him.
    There is a new trend in the West: “Beat the smart Ukrainians before the rest get wiser!”
  16. +3
    14 May 2024 17: 01
    It's crap, to justify their failures, the camera is on the tracks in Poland, and the warehouses are in Ukraine! Where is the connection?!
    1. 0
      14 May 2024 19: 20
      the camera is on the tracks in Poland, and the warehouses are in Ukraine! Where is the connection?!

      See my comment above.
      1. 0
        15 May 2024 22: 52
        The chase does not inspire confidence
  17. +2
    14 May 2024 17: 06
    the Ukrainian refugee first painted graffiti on fences and in underground passages, supposedly in the interests of Russia...... then the Ukrainian refugee began to be given more serious tasks - in particular, to install video cameras along the railway tracks along which Western military aid was transported to Ukraine.
    Ward No. 6, open day.
  18. 0
    14 May 2024 22: 49
    install video cameras along the railway tracks along which Western military aid was transported to Ukraine

    and how can you see a secret weapons warehouse in Ukraine from a camera installed in Poland?
    1. 0
      15 May 2024 06: 44
      and how can you see a secret weapons warehouse in Ukraine from a camera installed in Poland?

      In principle, a fairly simple solution. The type of cargo is determined using a third-party camera. Why sculpt it in the forest, if it’s easier on any pedestrian or road bridge over the railway. After determining the type of cargo, the train is tracked from satellite to its destination. This is possible even with the help of civilian gadgets. With cars it’s more difficult (flow and all that), but it’s also possible.
      By the way, Ukrainians also work according to a similar scheme. They find a young duck with ethnic roots or a meaningful surname. First, “three letters on the fence,” then photographs, incitement to arson of interlocking and communication systems, well, the latter is expended (an impossible task).
      It’s sad that there are “scams”, although the detection rate of such criminal acts is 100%.
      Moreover, they are often punished by conduct or someone from above. One miracle with a self-explanatory surname ending in “O” ended its mortal journey trying to film how it used a crowbar to damage the automatic railway switches. He stuck the crowbar into the mechanism and reached for the phone to film his feat. By God above or by the devil, the cast iron at that moment triggered the automation. Then he added “tavornyak” for about fifty cars. The accident was documented on the duck's phone. The latest attempt on the battery cabinet in the region and almost 10 bookmarks were found (discovered) on the phone. On which they took two more drug addicts.
      Well, somewhere like that.
      1. 0
        15 May 2024 07: 11
        The type of cargo is determined using a third-party camera.

        How? What if it's a closed carriage? Or some kind of covered cargo in the boxes? Maybe it’s industrial equipment, or maybe something else. Well, technology, let’s say, can be defined this way. But she doesn’t go to the ammunition depot.
  19. 0
    15 May 2024 09: 44
    Modern means allow you to secretly monitor fixed radio beacons with low power consumption, track a package (box of ammunition, container, etc.), plan a route and analyze the frequency of tricks. Make a decision. And watch the enemy's reaction. If you are interested in the cost of gadgets, you can find them on AliExpress.
  20. 0
    15 May 2024 15: 17
    Fresh tradition - but hard to believe ...
  21. 0
    15 May 2024 16: 29
    Petrov and Boshirov are not refugees
  22. 0
    15 May 2024 17: 58
    for these tasks he received a reward of seven dollars apiece
    . The seamy side of the power of money. Everything is sold, everything is bought. Now, if the EU authorities put financial pressure on refugees from the territory of Ukraine (and there are either 6 or 8 million of them there), they will be able to earn money by fulfilling “some orders.”
  23. 0
    15 May 2024 20: 10
    How many video cameras did he so quietly install and configure to send signals to satellites along hundreds of kilometers of railways in Poland and Ukraine? How often and in a timely manner did I change the batteries for them, considering that the average operating time of a video camera battery with a capacity of 2500 mAh in the motion shooting mode is -
    60 hours!
  24. 0
    16 May 2024 09: 01
    The American press claims that the Russian army probably managed to hit a secret ammunition depot of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Ukraine following a tip from a Ukrainian refugee in Poland.
    And therefore, all the madmen running around in Poland, burdening its budget, must be urgently thrown into the trenches in Ukraine. The usual style of the design method in the USA.