Ukraine’s largest fuel stockpile destroyed

Russia claims to have destroyed Ukraine’s largest fuel stockpile, the last of its kind.

According to Russian media, the Russian Ministry of Defense said in a statement that last night a steak attack of Kleber cruise missiles destroyed a fuel depot in the village of Kalianyuka near Kyiv.

The Russian Defense Ministry said that since the beginning of the military operation in Ukraine, the Russian military has destroyed more than 260 drones, more than 1,580 tanks and armored vehicles and 204 anti-aircraft systems, while the Ukrainian military has now It has not only prevented Russia from making further progress but has also been carrying out successful attacks.

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, the first goal of the military operation in Ukraine was to liberate the Donbas region, with the Luhansk and Donetsk states as well as 93% of the Donbas region under Russian control. So far 1351 Russian soldiers have been killed and 3825 wounded in the war Have done

Russian military destroys an oil depot in Kyiv in a cruise missile attack. The fire at the oil depot could not be contained even after a day.

A Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman said that the military operation would continue until President Vladimir Putin’s goals were achieved.

It should be noted that the fuel stockpile destroyed by Russia was used to supply fuel to the Ukrainian army fighting against Russia in central Ukraine.

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