Drones hit two oil depots in the Russian Federation

Drones hit two oil depots in the Russian Federation

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Drones hit Russian fuel infrastructure in the Tambov region and Krasnodar Krai of the Russian Federation.

The Russian media reported on this.

On the night of June 19-20, at about 3:00 a.m., a group of attack drones hit the Russian oil depot LUKOIL-Yugnefteprodukt, located near the village of Enem, Krasnodar Krai.

According to numerous footage taken by local residents, the drones hit one of the tanks on the facility’s territory.

Local authorities confirmed the strike on the oil depot. According to the governor’s statement, firefighters managed to extinguish the fire on the enterprise’s territory by 6 a.m.

The Astra publication, citing local residents, also mentions the sounds of explosions near the Afipsky oil refinery, located eight kilometers from Enem. However, information on the strike has not yet been confirmed.

The local operational headquarters also denies reports of possible damage to the Afipsky oil refinery.

Tambov oil depot

Later, in the early morning hours of June 20, an explosion occurred at another Russian oil depot in the Olinsky municipal district of the Tambov region.

The explosion caused one tank on the territory of the Platonovsky oil depot to catch fire. Local authorities suggest that the incident may have been related to a drone attack.

The Russian Ministry of Defense also confirmed a massive attack on Russian targets by long-range attack drones.

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, on the night of June 19-20, Russian air defense forces allegedly intercepted 6 drones over the territory of the Republic of Adygea, 3 drones over the territory of Krasnodar Krai, 1 drone in the Belgorod region, and even 1 UAV in the Oryol region.

On the night of June 18, a Russian oil depot in Krasnodar Krai on the shores of the Kerch Strait came under attack. It is claimed that Ukrainian Neptune cruise missiles could have been used to carry out the strike.

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