Invasion of Ukraine – Russia: an oil refinery shut down after a drone attack

Invasion of Ukraine – Russia: an oil refinery shut down after a drone attack
Invasion of Ukraine – Russia: an oil refinery shut down after a drone attack

During the night, “six drones fell on the territory of the refinery in Slavyansk-on-Kuban,” Roman Siniagovski, a regional official, wrote on Telegram.

This is one of the largest refineries in the south of Russia, which is part of the “Slavyansk EKO” group.

“There have been strikes. The factory is currently at a standstill. We are in the process of assessing the damage” caused by the attack, Edouard Troutnev, in charge of security at the company, told the Interfax agency. refinery “Slavyansk EKO”.

A total of 57 Ukrainian drones were intercepted or shot down overnight from Saturday to Sunday in the Krasnodar region, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.

Several drone attacks and Ukrainian strikes also targeted the Russian region of Belgorod, bordering Ukraine, on Sunday, according to the regional governor, Vyacheslav Gladkov.

Finally, nine ATACMS tactical missiles and a drone were shot down overnight over Crimea, a peninsula annexed by Russia in 2014, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a press release.

Ukraine, faced with the Russian offensive for two years, regularly responds by attacking Russian regions and particularly targeting energy sites.

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