Ukrainian drone attack damages a Russian oil depot.

According to officials, a Ukrainian drone struck an oil storage depot in southern Russia, causing extensive fire damage, as reported by APA and the BBC.

According to Russian media, the fire started in four oil tanks and quickly spread to 1,000 square meters (10,763 square feet).

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  • According to Russian authorities in the Bryansk area, nobody was injured.

The drone’s explosives fell on the oil depot after it was intercepted close to Klintsy, according to the governor of Bryansk.

In the last two days, there have been two drone strikes on Russian oil facilities.

St Petersburg, the second-largest city in Russia, was the target of an unprecedented attack on Thursday.

Although reports from Russia claimed that the drone was shot down without causing any damage, there were signs in Kyiv that the attack, which occurred so far away from the Ukrainian border, signaled a change in strategy.

Oleksandr Kamyshin

Indeed, we achieved the goal last night. On Thursday, Oleksandr Kamyshin, the minister of strategic industries for Ukraine, stated, “This thing crossed 1,250km (776 miles) last night.”

At 06:40 local time (03:40 GMT), a Ukrainian drone was shot down over Bryansk by Russia’s air defense systems, according to the Ministry of Defense. Later, regional head Alexander Bogomaz reported that two more drones had been destroyed without suffering any damage.

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