Russia Says It Has Destroyed Ukraine Depot With 100,000 Tonnes Of Aviation Fuel

By Stermy 1 Min Read

On Sunday, October 23, Russia’s defense ministry announced that it had damaged a depot in central Ukraine that was storing over 100,000 tonnes of aviation fuel.

“A fuel depot was destroyed near the village of Smila in Cherkasy region, where more than 100,000 tonnes of aviation fuel for the Ukrainian air forces was stored,” the defence ministry said in its daily briefing.

This follows the announcement by the defense ministry that Russia’s soldiers had continued to undertake strikes against Ukraine’s energy and military facilities during the previous 24 hours.

We're now on WhatsApp. Click here to join.

Townflex will follow up once we have more information in regard to the incident.

Read This: Ukraine war: Massive Russian strikes target energy grid – Zelensky

Share This Article
By Stermy
Stermy is one Crazy fan of the word "Internet". Always online to stay informed and keep others updated. #townflex