Ukraine’s defense minister blames arsenal fire on “Suspicious Space Vehicles”

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October 4, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– Novorosinform, translated by Tom Winter –

Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Viktor Muzhenko laid the blame for the fires and explosions in a military warehouse in Kalinovka Vinnytsia region on suspicious space vehicles. He told about this in an interview with ZIK, Tsargrad writes.

According to Muzhenko, what happened in Kalinovka was sabotage, and there is supposedly a lot of evidence. In particular, the head of the Ukrainian General Staff spoke about the mysterious damage to communication systems and the power supply, disconnecting the lights for an hour before the accident. In addition, in some law enforcement agencies there was no connection.

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“I am not going to name things precisely at this point, because this is the subject of an investigation: the appearance of space vehicles, satellites before the event, during the event and after it,” said the head of the General Staff, raising his index finger and looking up.

We recall that in late September, Ukrainian President Poroshenko asked Canada to monitor the Donbass from space. In particular, he urged Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau to resume the program, which provides Ukrainian soldiers with satellite images to monitor the movement of Russian troops in the Donbass.

In October 2016, during a speech on Sofiyskaya Square dedicated to the Day of the Defenders of Ukraine, Poroshenko said that Ukraine will significantly increase the development in the field of space exploration. The statement was made by the President of Ukraine against the background of the fact that the head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security and Defense Sergey Pashinsky directly said that Ukraine does not have the technological and financial resources to create even its own military aircraft.

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