Ukrainian shells damaged two buildings of the Russian checkpoint "Novoshakhtinsk"

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According to RIA "News", with reference to a representative of the Southern Customs Department, as a result of strikes from the Ukrainian side, the building of the bus station and the customs terminal of the “Novoshakhtinsk” checkpoint in the Russian Federation were damaged.

Ukrainian shells damaged two buildings of the Russian checkpoint "Novoshakhtinsk"


Earlier, the FSB Border Department in the Rostov region reported that after the shooting on the territory of Ukraine near the Dozhansky checkpoint, several shells exploded on the territory of the Russian Novoshakhtinsk checkpoint.

“In 16.30, officials of the Novoshahtinsk International Airport were evacuated due to the hostilities in Ukraine,” said the representative of the Technical Directorate, adding that two buildings were damaged: a bus station where customs inspection of passengers is carried out, as well as a terminal where cargo is inspected. .

According to him, at the moment, experts are examining the checkpoint territory for unexploded shells.

This is not the first such incident in the last few days. Earlier, a representative of the FSB Border Department, Vasily Malaev, reported that the Gukovo checkpoint had been damaged in the Rostov region. In addition, the shells of the Ukrainian security forces exploded in the area of ​​settlements Vasetsky and "Mine-24".
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  1. kowalski
    +4
    July 3 2014
    "the management solves the issues of internet poker, high heels for women, smoking in restaurants"
    Yes, what are you talking about? This is a Scythian trick, while the State Department thinks that we are putting something stupid on the agenda of the meetings, we are preparing “cunning plans”...Then we lure them deep into our territory, surround them, block them (they are in shock) and FORCELLY! wait for the next “cunning plan”...
    1. +2
      July 3 2014
      I think the guys in the Kremlin have the right tactics: we’ll lure them into the Ural ridge area, blow up the M-5 highway, and then we’ll encircle and destroy the enemy with flank attacks.
  2. +4
    July 3 2014
    "The government is exploring the possibility of legalizing Internet poker in Russia."
    This turns out to be the most pressing question that worries all Russians, and you say.
    1. +1
      July 3 2014
      Quote: rudi26
      "The government is exploring the possibility of legalizing Internet poker in Russia."
      This turns out to be the most pressing question that worries all Russians, and you say.

      Yeah! This news is on the first line....
  3. kelevra
    +1
    July 3 2014
    I didn’t even bother to read, what’s the point of printing such news when our authorities turn a blind eye to it and, not for the first time, forgive everything to the dill!
  4. +3
    July 3 2014
    I would like to watch the diving GDP rating. Probably many would not have supported his silence.
  5. Alexan
    +7
    July 3 2014
    What? Is it already possible to criticize “plans” and “vision” on the forum? Ur-ry patriots, shut up our opinion and Strelkov at the same time! I don’t see “cunning” - cowardice and lack of will creep into my eyes. I am ready to live from hand to mouth, but be proud of the country! In the meantime, it’s a shame!
    1. +2
      July 3 2014
      Quote: Alexan
      What? Is it already possible to criticize “plans” and “vision” on the forum? Ur-ry patriots, shut up our opinion and Strelkov at the same time! I don’t see “cunning” - cowardice and lack of will creep into my eyes. I am ready to live from hand to mouth, but be proud of the country! In the meantime, it’s a shame!

      That's it! No one talks about “plans” anymore, either here or on other forums. These so-called plans are like morning fog. And there were none...
      And I’m ready to be proud on your terms, but somehow it will turn out unfair: we will starve, and someone in our country will overeat!
  6. +2
    July 3 2014
    I already wrote on the site that even if our settlement were wiped off the face of the earth, then even then there would be nothing else except notes from the Kremlin. If they had bombed the ruble currency, then by now they would probably have hanged fascists in Kyiv, something sacred. Otherwise it’s nonsense unworthy of the attention of divine entities from the Kremlin
    1. +1
      July 3 2014
      So what are you doing? They will come and hang themselves, if only they weren’t bombed)
  7. kowalski
    +1
    July 3 2014
    "we'll blow up the M-5 highway"
    Wow, she's already blown up! The sappers were in a hurry...
  8. +5
    July 3 2014
    I watched the news and they said: “It’s so good that the border guards managed to leave the border crossing on time and no one was hurt.”
    So the troops from the border must also be withdrawn beyond the Urals, otherwise suddenly the dill will shoot and someone will get hurt, and let the local border residents sit in the cellars. Why sit and play poker on the Internet, you blunder.
    I'm not calling for troops to be sent in, but...
  9. 0
    July 3 2014
    Ukrainian shells???? Nonsense..... They will still fall until they get to the Kremlin)))))
  10. 0
    July 3 2014
    VVP, the ukropozombiemaidans will soon begin to fire at the Kremlin at this rate, and will you continue to remain silent or are you still afraid of the 5th column.............
  11. Tygyps
    0
    July 3 2014
    An article was published on "Military Review" on September 2, 2013 Counterbattery radar "Zoo-1" http://topwar.ru/7376-kontrbatareynaya-rls-zoopark-1.html How would “Zoo-1” be useful to the militia of Igor Ivanovich Strelkov now?
  12. +1
    July 3 2014
    I hope we have already apologized that their shells exploded on our territory.
  13. -1
    July 3 2014
    Good day to all forum members.
    I have been visiting this site for quite some time and reading your comments on certain publications. Recently, I have been interested in many questions related to the future of Russia, and of course, events in Ukraine.
    Very often, many forum users compare Russia’s actions in August 08 with, as it seems to them, Russia’s treacherous inaction towards Russians in southeastern Ukraine. Also, many are perplexed about the rather decisive actions in Crimea and the passivity now.
    It seems to me that these people forget about the legal status of the regions they are comparing. Peacekeeping forces of the Russian Armed Forces were stationed in Ossetia and Abkhazia. And the attack on them resulted in legally justified actions by the RF Armed Forces.
    In the southeast of Ukraine the situation is similar to the CTO in Chechnya. We can only intervene based on emotions. What will be the consequences? In Crimea, our Black Sea Fleet naval base was under threat, and it also became a “point of peace” to calm Kyiv. The people of Crimea have clearly decided to become part of the Russian Federation. What is the situation in the south-east of Ukraine? Vague decisions: neither to you (in the Russian Federation), nor from you (from Ukraine). Like, on their own. Where were they when it was possible to make a clear decision? And what should Russia and Putin do now? The introduction of troops will be met ambiguously by the same population of the LPR and DPR (Novorossiya). Perhaps even as an occupation. And the world’s reaction is understandable. The majority of the population wants to be part of Ukraine, but with a little more rights. And what should Russia do here? All that remains is to call on the Ukrainian authorities to negotiate and nothing more. With a population of about 8 million people, Novorossiya could easily field an army of 200-400 thousand. But there are several thousand in the ranks of the militia. It’s not for nothing that Strelkov is credited with saying: I don’t need support, I need an army. The reluctance of the population of Novorossiya to fight for their republics says a lot. Further, no region has the right or legally justified authority to secede from the state. It’s the same as if the Moscow region decides to become an independent state. The authorities do not have the authority to make such decisions. And Crimea had such powers. That is why Kyiv acts without looking back at the opinions of the Russian Federation and its allies on this issue. Even Chechnya had more rights to secession than the two Ukrainian regions. And our authorities want to act impeccably from the Western point of view. That is why they do not send troops and do not protect the population of another state from this very state.
    The Russian people turned into a Slavic people. For him, his own problems and only his future became important. But what about those peoples who are not Slavs, but want to be with you? We would happily live with the RUSSIANS, but it is difficult for us to live with the SLAVS. The Slavs do not pay attention not only to the problems of the peoples they “annexed,” but also, most dangerously, to the problems of relations with them and the relations of these peoples with each other.
    The Russians were the cement that united all the peoples of Russia. The communists managed to build an iron frame (Idea) into concrete and the result was reinforced concrete. Which has withstood the strongest blows of history. What now? There is no idea (frame) - the concrete crumbled into pieces. The cement is destroyed and the peoples roll out like individual pebbles. Maybe it's time for you, Slavs, to come to your senses and become Russian? You, the heirs of the Turkic empire, created the Russian empire, and now you are successfully destroying it. Previously, all of Central Asia, Siberia, the Caucasus, part of Europe belonged to you, or rather to the Turks, whose successors you are. Now what?
    You are already fighting brother against brother.
  14. 0
    July 3 2014
    “Return fire from a peaceful Soviet tractor...” Or have you forgotten?
  15. 0
    July 3 2014
    Quote: marder4
    maybe it's time to give the order to our border guards to return fire?

    At the first shelling they suppressed it with artillery. Perhaps they are answering now, but apparently they are not giving it to the press officially.
  16. 0
    July 3 2014
    It is necessary to officially announce the deployment of counter-battery systems near the border in dangerous sections exposed to fire from the adjacent side. And warn about the possibility of retaliatory strikes in the event of shelling from our side. And at least once, fuck like that, to discourage even approaching our border and looking in its direction.
    The main thing is to give an official warning.
    They won't understand otherwise.
  17. kronverg
    0
    July 3 2014
    In order not to irritate the Ukrainian border guards, it is necessary to push the borders deeper into Russia by 3 km. Move all buildings and structures and resettle populated areas. And Russian border guards have no weapons. In addition, on the Russian side, the border should be controlled jointly by Russian and Ukrainian border guards. Lavrov voiced the last thought today. Here is the message - Russia, in turn, has expressed its readiness to allow Ukrainian border guards into its territory for joint control at those checkpoints that are captured by the separatists on the Ukrainian side. Observers from the OSCE will also be present there.

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