Ukraine struck two Rosneft-owned oil depots in overnight attack, intelligence source says

Ukraine struck two Rosneft-owned oil depots in overnight attack, intelligence source says
Ukraine struck two Rosneft-owned oil depots in overnight attack, intelligence source says

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A banner advertising contract military service in the Ukrainian Armed Forces is seen at Khreshchatyk street, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in central Kyiv, Ukraine March 27, 2024. — Reuters pic

KYIV, April 24 — Ukraine’s SBU security service drones struck two Rosneft-owned oil depots in Russia’s Smolensk region in an overnight attack, according to a source in Ukrainian intelligence.

The source said the depots contained 26,000 cubic metres of fuel and that the attack caused major fires and evacuation of personnel.

“The SBU continues to effectively destroy military infrastructure and logistics that provide fuel to the Russian army in Ukraine,” the source said. “These facilities are and will remain our absolutely legitimate targets.” — Reuters

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