A cargo from the Russian military base at Tartus, Syria was shipped to Crimea in strict secrecy.
This is stated in an investigation of the InformNapalm Community.
According to the Community, a freighter named Nadalina under the flag of Sierra Leone arrived in the port of Feodosia on October 20. The vessel came from Tartus (Syria) via the Romanian port of Navodari.
“Unloading the vessel began 24 hours later and took place in the night from October 21 to October 22, 2016 in extraordinary security conditions. The pierce was cleared of unauthorized persons and cordoned off by police squads and graymen,” told activists from the Community.
According to the activists, the cargo consisted of boxes similar to that composite flame-resistant packaging used to store and transport special-purpose products. 8-10 boxes were unloaded.
The boxes were unloaded slowly, with great precautions and loaders trembled for their life very much in the event of damage to the cargo.
“The unload time and the precautions indicate an increased risk of the cargo, as well as the desire to conceal the fact of the shipment. The cargo was delivered from Tartus (Syria). There is a low probability to freight a civil vessel to tratsport conventional munitions from Syria to the territory occupied by Russia. Such munitions would be handed over to the Syrian Government army or were in the territory of the Russian base in Syria. This suggests that only those munitions or components that should not be situated in the Syrian territory; which cannot be provided with adequate security measures; may not be used, but require special conditions for recycling; have political significance and may discredit the Damascus regime of the Russian Federation in the case of being revealed in Syria must be exported from the Syrian territory,” stressed InformNapalm.
Also noteworthy, that the delivery was carried out by a hired civilian company, but not by a military ship of the Russian Federation, regularly plying between Russia and Tartus. The choice of a private company looks like an attempt to hold back evidence of Russia’s ownership of the cargo, as well as to reduce the risk for a military crew.
On the basis of indirect signs the InformNapalm intelligence believes that the munitions or components delivered from Syria are weapons of mass destruction. And most likely they are the chemical ones.