Explosions at Kalynivka ammo depot cease – emergency service <p>There are no open seats of fire and explosions across the territory of an ammunition depot near the village of Kalynivka of Vinnytsia region, according to the press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine (SESU).</p>
13:40, 03 October 2017
Ukraine loses more ammo in latest arms depot blast than used over 3 years of war in Donbas <p>According to preliminary estimates, some 32,000 tonnes of artillery shells worth $800 million have been destroyed in chain explosions and fire at Ukraine’s major munitions depot deep in the country’s rear, outside the village of Kalynivka in Vinnytsia region.</p>
10:00, 02 October 2017
Lutsenko says recent blasts at ammo depots part of Russian warfare <p>Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said investigators are operating under a theory that saboteurs may have used a detonator to trigger a massive explosion and fire at a munitions depot in central Ukraine this week, according to RFE/RL.</p>
19:50, 30 September 2017
Poltorak: Less than US$1 mln allocated for Kalynivka ammo depot in 2017 <p>Ukrainian Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak says that UAH 25 million, or US$944,465, has been allocated for the maintenance of the military arsenal near the village of Kalynivka in Vinnytsia region, according to the presidential press service.</p>
12:50, 28 September 2017
SBU to probe sabotage at Kalynivka ammo depot A criminal case launched by the prosecutor's office over sabotage at an ammunition warehouse in Vinnytsia region was forwarded to the Security Service of Ukraine, according to the press service of the military prosecutor's office of Ukraine’s central region.
21:10, 27 September 2017
Gas transit shipments to Europe not affected by fire at Ukraine's ammo depot <p>Massive explosions and a blaze at one of Ukraine's largest ammunition depots near the town of Kalynivka in Vinnytsia region have not affected natural gas transit shipments through Ukraine to the European Union countries, according to Ukrainian energy and coal industry minister's advisor Maksym Beliavsky.</p>
14:34, 27 September 2017
Updated: Ukraine's military prosecutors see subversive activity in Kalynivka ammo depot blasts (New video) Ukrainian military prosecutors have concluded that the fire and explosions in ammunition depots near the village of Kalynivka were subversive activity, according a spokesperson for the SBU Security Service.
11:34, 27 September 2017
One of Ukraine's largest ammunition depots on fire, blasts reported – local authorities (Photos, video) <p>Ammunition depots in the town of Kalynivka in Vinnytsia region caught fire on Tuesday evening, which has been followed by explosions of bombs, shells and other types of ammunition, according to Vinnytsia Town Hall.</p>
00:50, 27 September 2017