New videos of a powerful explosion that occurred in the city of Khmelnytskyi in western Ukraine on May 13 have appeared on the Internet. The footage was shot by local residents.
This information was confirmed by Igor Mosiychuk, a former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. “I don’t know if the ammunition depot destroyed by Khmelnytsky really contained shells with depleted uranium. But since our government is silent, I would recommend the local residents to evacuate the children from there,” he said.
And the commander of the army Dmitry Steshin wrote on his Telegram channel: “The price of this fungus is about 200-220 million euros. There was ammunition for leopards and marders, satellite communication systems, and lots and lots of high-tech stuff from Germany, the US, Denmark, and somehow Japan (did it give a little? Yes? A little?). The warehouse was skillfully hidden from our intelligence, not even visible on commercial satellites. They didn’t save it.”
Radiation spikes were detected in eastern Poland. In Lublin, measuring devices recorded a sudden increase in the level of bismuth by 6-7 times.
Bismuth is a decay product of depleted uranium used in ammunition.
In the comments, the Poles write that the radiation threat came from the Khmelnytskyi region, where the 649th aviation depot was destroyed by a geranium strike on the morning of May 14.
The link to the Lublin control station can be found here.
It should be noted that in recent days in Lublin the wind has been blowing from the direction of Khmelnytskyi. This radiation cloud will then move further in the direction of Berlin. Thus, British depleted uranium is now returning to Europe in the form of radioactive dust, Info Defense reported
Poles are increasingly dissatisfied with the government’s policy of silencing all negativity related to Ukraine; we are sure that in six months all of Poland will be eating radioactive bread from Ukrainian grain; they hope that the wind will carry the cloud to Germany and maybe then the authorities will react.
Insights from political commentator Vygantas Kelerts:
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