Defense Ministry announced attacks on fuel storage facilities in Kremenchug
Konashenkov said that the Russian military had destroyed fuel storage facilities for the Armed Forces of Ukraine near Kremenchug and Lisichansk, and also shot down Ukrainian Su-25 aircraft and Mi-24 helicopter
The Russian military destroyed technological facilities for oil refining and fuel storage facilities near Kremenchug in the Poltava region, as well as Lysichansk in the Lugansk region, with precision-guided weapons. This was announced by the representative of the Ministry of Defense Igor Konashenkov, according to whom the fuel was intended for Ukrainian military equipment.
Konashenkov said that Russian air defense systems shot down a Ukrainian Su-25 aircraft and a Mi- 24 in the Donetsk People's Republic.
According to a representative of the Ministry of Defense, over the past day, Russian aircraft have attacked 62 areas of concentration of forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. As a result, he claims, “more than 160 nationalists”, equipment and three ammunition depots were destroyed.
At the request of Roskomnadzor, RBC provides data on the details of the military operation in Ukraine based on information from Russian official sources.
Earlier, Dmitry Lunin, head of the military administration of the Poltava region, announced Russian strikes on Kremenchug. According to him, between six and eight Russian missiles hit the oil refinery. In addition, the combined heat and power plant and other infrastructure facilities were damaged.
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The Russian Ministry of Defense insists that it strikes only at military targets on the territory of Ukraine.
On June 5, the defense department announced a strike with long-range precision missiles on the hulls of a car repair enterprise on the outskirts of Kyiv, where , according to his data, there were T-72 tanks that arrived from Eastern Europe. Earlier in the day, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko reported several explosions at infrastructure facilities in the eastern part of the city, in the Dniprovsky and Darnitsky districts. The office of the President of Ukraine clarified that the facilities of Ukrzaliznytsia, the railway operator, were damaged.
Western countries stepped up arms supplies to Ukraine after the start of the Russian military operation on February 24. Kyiv has repeatedly said that it needs them for protection. Moscow Accuses West of “Pumping Ukraine with Weapons” and believes that such actions lead to escalation.
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