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Friday, February 23, 2018

Warehouses with missiles for “Tochka-U” in Ukraine, guarded by drunk officers

The chief military Prosecutor of Ukraine Anatoly Matios during the debriefing on the incident at a military depot near Vinnitsa, reported that the artillery depots in one of the units was guarded by two drunken officers.

“In one of the units on the territory of Ukraine, the warehouses which stored the missile shots for missiles “Tochka-U”, the military Prosecutor and the military service of law and order found on the place of service of two senior officers in a state of alcoholic intoxication,” – said Matios. However, he did not elaborate on what part of the question.

According to the Prosecutor, the officers were suspended from duty. He noted that such cases, in his opinion, are not isolated.

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