Russia began destroying fuel and food depots. This means that the government should try to publicize this in the near future, says adviser Vadim Denchenko at the Ukrainian Interior Ministry.
Russia even mentioned the attack on a Lviv fuel depot on Sunday night. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the depot is used by the Ukrainian military.
Last night’s attack
Russia attacked the oil depot from the air.
“On March 26, long-range and high-precision air weapons destroyed a large fuel base near the city of Lviv, which is used by Ukrainian forces in the western regions of Ukraine as well as near Kyiv,” said Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor. Konashenkov.
In addition to the oil depot, several military facilities were said to have been bombed.
long-range missiles and cruise missiles in attacks.
Among other things, air defense systems, radar stations and tank parts were repaired here.
It is said that Russia launched long-range missiles from the Black Sea, attacking Ukrainian air defense systems and drones.
Lviv Mayor Andrei Sadovich linked the attack to Joe Biden’s visit to Poland this weekend.
“In today’s attack they want to salute President Biden who is in Poland,” Sadovic was quoted as saying by the BBC.
– Lviv is only 70 kilometers from the border with Poland, and I think the world should understand that the threat is very serious, says the mayor.
According to the Ukrainian authorities, civilians were injured in the attack.
Vadim Denchenko told Ukrainian TV that Russian forces are also sending soldiers to the border. It could mean a new attack in the east of the country.
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