Ukraine bombs a Russian oil station 190 kilometers from Moscow

Ukraine bombs a Russian oil station 190 kilometers from Moscow

Images depict what appears to be a Ukrainian military drone attack on a Russian oil storage less than 300 kilometers from Moscow.

Images show a suspected Ukrainian military drone attack on a Russian oil depot just 190 miles from Moscow. Ukrainian official Anton Geraschenko posted an image of the facility in flames (pictured) - which it was not possible to verify - and a caption: 'Smoking in the wrong place reached the Oryol region'
The 4 a.m. attack blew up an oil depot in the Stalnoi Kon village, according to regional governor Andrey Klychkov.

Soot-stained social media photographs depicted what looked to be a single rupture on the side of an oil storage tank.

On the tank, the emblem of Russia’s state-controlled pipeline operator Transneft can be seen. According to state television, the tank is assumed to be empty.

According to one story, the claimed drone attack created a crater that was around 4 meters deep.

Several gasoline or ammunition facilities in southern Russia have been hit by drones or helicopters since the beginning of Russia’s offensive in Ukraine, with authorities accusing Ukrainian forces.Unverified images on social media showed what appeared to be a single rupture on the side of an oil storage tank, blackened by soot

The purported attack came a day after Russia fired nearly 100 missiles against Ukrainian cities, resulting in three deaths and the loss of power to millions.

Images depict what appears to be a Ukrainian military drone attack on a Russian oil storage less than 300 kilometers from Moscow.

Anton Geraschenko, a Ukrainian official, uploaded an unconfirmed image of a facility engulfed in flames with the caption: “Smoking at the wrong place reached the Oryol region.”The blast happened in the settlement of Stal'noi Kon' about 190 miles from Moscow

The strike at 4:00 a.m. blew up an oil depot in the village of Stalnoi Kon, according to regional governor Andrey Klychkov.

Soot-stained social media photographs depicted what looked to be a single rupture on the side of an oil storage tank.

Anton Geraschenko, a Ukrainian politician, drew attention to the explosion at the depot without admitting responsibility.

He tweeted an image of the location engulfed in flames, which could not be verified, along with the description, “Smoking in the Oryol region.”

Later photographs revealed considerable damage to the oil storage facility.

The location is 233 kilometers from the Ukrainian border.The site is around 100 miles from the border with Ukraine. If it was Ukrainian, it would be a record reach for a Kyiv attack on Russia

If it were Ukrainian, it would be a record-breaking offensive by Kiev on Russia.

The location is 233 kilometers from the Ukrainian border. If it were Ukrainian, it would be a record-breaking attack by Kiev on Russia.Strike on Kyiv

The claimed drone attack on a Russian oil storage occurred a day after Russia fired over a hundred missiles against Ukrainian cities, resulting in three deaths and the loss of power to millions. At least three Russian missiles targeted the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv on Tuesday, according to the city’s mayor, Vitali Klitschko (pictured)

There have been no fatalities. Klychkov stated that all emergency services are operating at the scene.

On the previous evening, similar incidents were reported in the neighboring Bryansk district.

The SHOT Telegram channel said that explosions caused by drone-dropped ammunition were heard near the Zhecha oil terminal, located approximately 50 kilometers from the Ukrainian border.

A Nato source told Reuters on Wednesday that US Vice President Joe Biden told G7 and NATO partners that yesterday’s missile explosion in eastern Poland was caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile.

The explosion, which resulted in the deaths of two individuals, sparked global concern that the turmoil in Ukraine could spread to neighboring nations.

Ukraine blamed Russia. Russia denied that any of their missiles hit Poland.

Biden told reporters in Indonesia that it was doubtful that the missile was launched from Russia.

This morning, Nato ambassadors were due to conduct an emergency meeting in response to the explosion at a grain dryer near the Ukrainian border, which occurred as Russia launched a missile attack against Ukrainian cities.

 

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