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Fuel depot explodes in Southern Russia near Ukraine
By: News Editor
Wed, 16 Nov 2022   ||   Russia, Oryol Region

Russia authorities on Wednesday said a fuel depot in its Southern region near Ukraine exploded, following a suspected drone attack.
This was disclosed in a statement by the Governor of the Oryol region, Andrei Klytchkov, via Telegram.
According to Klytchkov, no casualties were reported in the alleged attack, which took place some 200 kilometres (125 miles) from the Ukrainian border in the province of Oryol.
He said; “Today (Wednesday) at 04:00 (0100 GMT), a suspected drone blew up a fuel depot in the village of Stalnoi Kon. There were no casualties.”
Recall that CEOAFRICA had reported that since the launch of the Russian offensive in Ukraine, several fuel or ammunition depots in Southern Russia have been attacked by drones or helicopters, with the Russian authorities blaming Ukrainian forces.
Most of the attacks occurred against targets only tens of kilometres from the border, which makes Wednesday’s incident stand out for taking place deeper into the Russian territory.
The blast came after Russia fired dozens of missiles at several towns across Ukraine on Tuesday.



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