“Buk” Missiles And Their Accompanying Documentation Were Burned in the UAF Warehouse Fire in Ichnya

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard



Stocks of 9M38 “Buk” SAM system missiles were stored in a military warehouse in the Chernigov region, which, “completely coincidentally”, burned down together with their accompanying documentation. This was stated by the
 official representative of the Armed Forces of the DPR Daniil Bezsonov on Tuesday, October 9th, at a briefing.


He emphasised that the fire happened at a time when the world community demanded data from Ukraine about the “Buk” SAM system missiles in the arsenal of the UAF for a full and objective investigation into the death of 298 people during the crash of the passenger airliner in the skies over Donbass.

“I want to separately note the fact of storage in this warehouse of 9M38 Buk SAM system missiles and all accompanying notes and technical documentation,” noted Bezsonov. “I want to note that last week the location of the 6th arsenal was visited by a group of foreign officers, among who there were senior NATO representatives”.

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