On April 26, an investigative experiment within the probe into the explosions in Ukraine's largest ammunition depot in Balakliia in March was held.
A week after the fire at the ammunition depot in the town of Balakliia, sappers keep clearing unexploded ordnance in the area.
Engineering units continue to eliminate the consequences of the fire at ammunition depot in the Kharkiv region.
Minister of Defense Stepan Poltorak says some 5 billion hryvnia ($184.4 million) is needed to properly guard all ammunition depots.
The Ukrainian military have started to dispose of unexploded ordnance (UXO) collected in and around Balakliia town in Ukraine's Kharkiv region.
11 pyrotechnic units are working to eliminate the consequences of explosions in the territory of the 65th ammo depot in Balaklliia.
No fires caused by exploding ammunition have been recorded in Balakliia city (the Kharkiv region) and nearby villages as of 8 p.m. March 27.
As of 7 a.m. March 27, the neighborhoods of Balakliia town and nine nearby villages n the Kharkiv region have been cleared of explosive objects by State Emergency Service pyrotechnical units.
Repair units are trying to restore gas and energy supply in Balakliia, the Kharkiv region, where large ammunition depot caught fire last week.
Four special fire-fighting vehicles are involved into fire-fighting operations at the military ammunition depot of the Defense Ministry at Balakliia, the Kharkiv region.
NATO representatives arrived to demine the military ammunition depot in the town of Balakliia in the Kharkiv region.
A drone video showing consequences of fire at the ammo depot in the town of Balakliia in Ukraine's Kharkiv region has been released online.
Blasts of varying intensity were still being recorded (approximately two blasts each hour) on the territory of the ammunition depot in the Kharkiv region as of 1 p.m., March 24.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko took part in the ceremony dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Ukraine’s Security Service creation.
The terrorist attack in London and the continuing quagmire in the White House offered the Kremlin an excellent occasion for its destabilizing actions.
Blasts of varying intensity are still being recorded on the territory of the ammunition depot in the Kharkiv region as of 7 a.m., March 24.