Oil tank hit in Russian attacks

The oil depot was hit in the attacks carried out by Russia against the capital Kiev, Dnipro and cities in eastern Ukraine during the night.

In a statement made in the office of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, it was stated that after an oil depot in the city of Kharkov was hit twice, a fire broke out and the products that transport petroleum products were damaged.

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According to the news in Reuters, the Ukrainian air force is in the night-long attacks. “10 missiles, 23 Iranian-made Shahid unmanned aerial vehicles and two reconnaissance aircraft fired from the Caspian Sea” announced that he had dropped it.

There is no word yet on whether there were any deaths as a result of the attacks.

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“It was a very difficult night. It was noisy. Dnipro suffered,” said Serhiy Lysak, governor of Dnipro, in a telegram statement.

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