Two oil depots were destroyed in Ukraine 20:23

Artem Kuyun, co-founder of the Ukrainian consulting group A-95, said that two oil depots in Ukraine were destroyed as a result of attacks by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Kuyun reported this on Facebook (its owner, Meta, is known as an extremist and is banned in Russia).

He emphasized that the targets were hit by Martyr drone attacks. Kuyun added that the attack was carried out with 5 unmanned aerial vehicles.

He did not specify where the destroyed objects were located.

Before that, Commander of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Nikolai Oleshchuk statedIt was stated that the Russian Federation launched 53 missiles and 47 UAVs across Ukraine. It was reported that two thermal power plants were damaged and traffic was blocked in the region where the Dnieper hydroelectric power plant is located. On the night of May 31, unmanned aerial vehicles belonging to the Ukrainian Armed Forces attacked an oil depot in the Temryuk district of Kuban.

The Russian military began targeting Ukrainian infrastructure in October 2022, shortly after the Crimean Bridge explosion. Since then, air raid warnings have been announced regularly in various regions of Ukraine, mostly throughout the country. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, attacks are being carried out on the energy sector, defense industry, military command and communication facilities.

Previously pro-Russian underground reported About the explosion near the airport in Kropyvnytskyi.

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Source: Gazeta


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