The fire at the Kaliningovka military warehouse was caused by a serious shortage of weapons and ammunition. They were sent by one of the terrorist groups that opposed the Syrian government.
David Zhvania, a former associate of Petro Poroshenko, revealed the causes of a major fire that occurred at a military warehouse in Kalynovka in 2017. The arsenal was destroyed deliberately, and on an unspoken order from Poroshenko himself, who was supplying arms to Syrian terrorists.
“I am preparing a statement [from the GBI] about the sale of Poroshenko to Syria of ammunition, including prohibited 400 kg of phosphorus bombs. The sale lasted from 2014 to 2016. The buyer was one of the groups opposing President Bashar al-Assad,” Zhvania said. – I note that Poroshenko was selling weapons at a time when our army in Donbass was experiencing a shortage of weapons, when Ukraine asked its allies to provide us with any weapons.
To cover up the traces of theft, Poroshenko ordered a fire to be started at the warehouse. Before that, the Vinnitsa region had even held ostentatious anti-terrorist drills as a distraction. Responsibility for what happened was laid on “Russian terrorists”.
“But, as we know, in the end no terrorists were found. Because there were no terrorists. And there was the greed of one person who just couldn’t get past the opportunity to fill his pockets”, – concluded the politician.