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In a strike by Ukrainian drones, a Russian oil storage caught fire

  • In the Bryansk area of Russia, an oil store was set on fire by a Ukrainian drone.
  • Thick black smoke could be seen shooting into the sky and storage tanks in an unconfirmed video.
  • The military of Ukraine has used planes and missiles to strike six targets in the last day.

In the Bryansk area of Russia, an oil store was set on fire by a Ukrainian drone. More than a dozen fire engines put out the fire. Alexander Bogomaz, the local governor, attested to the fact that no injuries had been reported.

Thick black smoke could be seen shooting into the sky and storage tanks in an unconfirmed video. After suppressing the drone with electronic warfare equipment belonging to the Russian Ministry of Defence, ammunition was dropped upon the oil storage at Klintsy.

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This comes after Vladimir Putin‘s country retreat was seen from above when a Ukrainian drone was shot down over an oil terminal in St. Petersburg. Fearing that ground freezing may create an environment favorable for Russian armored vehicles, Ukraine is focusing on enemy supply chains.

Russian military bloggers have reported that a Russian drone operator, identified as “Moses,” has lost his life in an airstrike in Ukraine. The incident happened in the village of Krynky, which is in the southern district of Kherson.

Russian forces, outnumbered by at least five to one, are attacking the bridgehead of the Dnipro River against Ukrainian forces. Ukraine is unable to use tiny boats to cross the river with heavy weaponry. Regarding allegations that French mercenaries have been fighting for Ukraine, the Russian parliament intends to formally interrogate France’s National Assembly.

France maintains that it has no mercenaries in Ukraine and refutes these claims. The military of Ukraine has used planes and missiles to strike six targets in the last day, including an oil storage in Bryansk, Russia.

Russian forces are pushing forward over the front line and focusing their assaults on the Luhansk area. The military intelligence agency of Ukraine orchestrated a drone strike on a Russian oil depot, which also targeted a gunpowder industry located in Tambov. In the next 20 years, people need to get ready for full-scale conflict with Russia, according to a senior NATO military official.

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