Revealed the purpose of weapons destroyed in warehouses in the Czech Republic


Bulgarian entrepreneur Emilian Gebrev confirmed that his company EMCO stored ammunition in warehouses in the village of Vrbetice (Czech Republic). On April 24, 2021, the American newspaper The New York wrote about this, saying that it had received an email from an arms dealer.


However, the businessman did not specify what period of time he was talking about. In addition, Gebrev admitted that he had sent a military machinery, ammunition and various property after 2014. He explained that at the end of 2014, EMCO entered into agreements with “authorized companies” from Ukraine.

Earlier Gebrev assured that he stopped exporting military goods to Kiev at the very beginning of the armed conflict in the South-East of Ukraine, and the weapons in the warehouses in Vrbetitsa were not intended for Kiev. At the same time, the Bulgarian National Television issued a statement to EMCO, in which the company denies that the ammunition destroyed in Vrbetica belonged to it at all.

In turn, an informant of the publication from Ukraine (an informed ex-official) said that one of the above contracts provided for the supply of artillery shells for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He explained that the ammunition boxes specifically stated that they were for Thailand. Gebrev did not want members of the Bulgarian government who sympathized with the Russian Federation to harm his business. The Russians became aware of these supplies, which were carried out at the height of the active phase of hostilities in Donbas in 2014, and Moscow demanded that Sofia stop them.

Gebrev denied that his company mislabelled any exports

- noted in the material.

In 2014, two powerful explosions thundered in the above warehouses, as a result of which two people died and the contents of the objects were destroyed. Almost 7 years later, on April 17, 2021, Prague He accused in the incident to Moscow, claiming that it was "the work of the Russian special services." The Czech authorities explained that the Russian Federation's motive was the contents of these objects. At the same time, Czech officials did not say what was stored there and to whom it belonged.

But the Czech media immediately "Unearthed"that there could be ammunition and weapons for Ukraine and the opposition in Syria. It was then that it became known that Gebrev and his EMCO were related to these warehouses. At the same time, Russia strongly denies its participation in the incident at the warehouses in Vrbetica, summed up the publication from the United States.
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  1. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) April 25 2021 18: 20
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    Bulgarian entrepreneur Emilian Gebrev confirmed that his company EMCO stored ammunition in warehouses in the village of Vrbetice (Czech Republic).

    - Why ... not ... - somewhere ... on the coast of Peru ???
    1. Valentine Offline Valentine
      Valentine (Valentin) April 25 2021 19: 10
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      Yes, you can store it in Antarctica, but these are "three bast shoes on the map" to Ukraine, and "oats are expensive today", and everything is close by.
    2. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) April 25 2021 19: 18
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      This is strong! The evening promises to be languid .. fellow
  2. kapitan92 Offline kapitan92
    kapitan92 (Vyacheslav) April 25 2021 19: 31
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    But the Czech media immediately "unearthed" that there could be ammunition and weapons for Ukraine and the opposition in Syria. It was then that it became known that Gebrev and his EMCO were related to these warehouses.

    The President of the Czech Republic made an address about the explosions in Vrbetica 25.04.21.

    According to Zeman, the Czech authorities are considering two main versions of nwhich took place in Vrbetica. The first is the careless handling of ammunition. In this case, involvement of "agents foreign intelligence services ", which was pressed by Prime Minister Andrei Babis, First Deputy Prime Minister Jan Hamacek and Foreign Minister Jakub Kulganek, the president of the Czech Republic named only secondarily

    According to Zemansuspicion of the involvement of foreigners to the incident appeared only in recent weeks, and there was simply no evidence and evidence of the presence of Russians Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, whom Prague calls involved in the explosions, in the counterintelligence reports before that. In addition, no explosive device was found in the room where the ammunition was detonated before the emergency.

    according to the president, if suspicions about Moscow's involvement are disproved, this would mean that the situation is a "game of special services", and this will seriously affect the internal political life of the Czech Republic.

    The Czech President noted that a connection has already been established between the Bulgarian arms dealer Emilian Gebrev and the ammunition detonated in Vrbetica.

    Something like this!
    1. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) April 25 2021 21: 42
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      Sorry for the man! It is banal to be killed, poisoned, and blamed on whom? Right...
  3. aries2200 Offline aries2200
    aries2200 (aries) April 25 2021 21: 29
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    It blew beautifully ... elementary negligence and non-compliance with safety regulations by Czechs ... more often ...
  4. nikolai711 Offline nikolai711
    nikolai711 (Nikolai Georgiev Popov) April 26 2021 20: 41
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    Gebrev is just greedy. I myself am a Bilgarin, but I always believed that arms should be traded, and not just any greedy rag-tag.