Vladimir Omelette: page Sergey Fishing in Facebook
The responsibility for the explosions in the warehouses of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine in the Chernihiv region lies on Russia. With this statement in his Facebook was made by the Minister of infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan.
“What is common between the war in Transnistria, Georgia, occupation of Crimea and war in Eastern Ukraine, destruction of Syria, the murders in London, Kiev, Salisbury, hacker attacks in the Netherlands, Ukraine, interference in elections around the world? Like explosions in the Ukrainian warehouses? The answer one: Russia-Moscow-Kremlin,” he wrote.
Moscow’s hand in the incident and saw the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Vyacheslav Kirilenko. “I would like to think that a possible diversion to military warehouses in Chernihiv and the beginning of the consideration of the Holy Synod [of the Constantinople Patriarchate] in Istanbul, the question of granting autocephaly to the Ukrainian Church coincided by chance. However, it is clear that the Kremlin is willing to do anything to prevent Thomas”, — he wrote in Twitter.
In turn, the security Service of Ukraine (SBU) stated that it is considering several causes of fire. “In particular, the SBU within the framework of their competence work out the story of possible sabotage”, — quotes “Interfax” the statement of the press service of the Ministry.
Military Prosecutor of the Central region of Ukraine opened a criminal case under part 3 of article 425 (“Negligent attitude to military service”) of the Criminal code of Ukraine.
Explosions and fire at the Arsenal No. 6 of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine, located near the town of Ichnya of Chernihiv region, occurred on the night of October 9. From the surrounding settlements evacuated at the moment in a safe place exported 12 thousand people. Initially it was reported that the stock is roughly about 88 thousand tons of ammunition, but later this disappeared from the website of the Ministry, and the Ministry of defense of Ukraine denied it.
Video, photo All from Russia.