Russia Captures Massive American Arms Depot near Kharkiv


TopWar: Thousands of tons of ammunition of various types and calibers came under the control of Russian troops in the city of Balakliya, Kharkov region. We are talking about the 65th arsenal of the armed forces of Ukraine, which was the largest ammunition depot in the country. It is noteworthy that even after the fires and explosions in the warehouses in Balakliya, which showed themselves several years ago, the contents of the arsenal remained more than impressive.

VGTRK military commander Yevgeny Poddubny visited the 65th arsenal in Balakliya, rightly noting (a piece of material on Yevhen’s TG-Channel) that Ukraine continues to beg for weapons and ammunition from the West, and indeed all over the world, while at the same time it had huge stocks of ammunition , mines, grenades, rockets, ammunition for tanks and artillery, rockets, etc. He loses his own in order to beg for someone else’s …

We ended up in the warehouses of the 65th arsenal of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and NATO-style ammunition, including mines of 60 mm caliber.

The total area of ​​the 65th arsenal is more than 350 hectares. It was designed to store at least 150 thousand tons of ammunition – including in special hangars.

Recall that Balakleya had previously come under the control of Russian troops.


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