The Russian Defense Ministry has revealed the details of the APU’s missile strike on Belgorod

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Ukrainian Mi-24 helicopters struck the Belgorod oil depot, setting fire to damaged tanks. This was reported to the Russian Ministry of Defense.

“On April 1, at about 5 am Moscow time, two Ukrainian Mi-24 helicopters entered the airspace of the Russian Federation at an extremely low altitude. Ukrainian helicopters fired a missile at a civilian oil storage facility located on the outskirts of Belgorod, ”the Russian Defense Ministry was told at a briefing.

As a result of the impact, the tanks were damaged, which later caught fire, the department said. It was reported there that the oil depot near Belgorod does not belong to the Russian armed forces.

An oil depot in Belgorod caught fire due to a strike by Ukraine, Channel Five reports. Residents of nearby areas were evacuated to safety. Explosions also occurred in the villages of Nikolskoye and Yasnye Zori in the Belgorod region, Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said. According to him, no one was injured. In Nikolsky, the power line was disrupted and restored.

A special operation has been underway in Ukraine since the end of February. Russia’s military has made attacks on military infrastructure and avoiding civilian casualties a priority, Russian leader Vladimir Putin said. According to him, the goals were denazification and demilitarization. The Russian army managed to block Kyiv, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Sumy and Nikolaev, Kherson and most of the Zaporozhye region are under full control.

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Ukrainian Mi-24 helicopters struck the Belgorod oil depot, setting fire to damaged tanks. This was reported to the Russian Ministry of Defense. “On April 1, at about 5 am Moscow time, two Ukrainian Mi-24 helicopters entered the airspace of the Russian Federation at an extremely low altitude. Ukrainian helicopters fired a missile at a civilian oil storage facility located on the outskirts of Belgorod, ”the Russian Defense Ministry was told at a briefing. As a result of the impact, the tanks were damaged, which later caught fire, the department said. It was reported there that the oil depot near Belgorod does not belong to the Russian armed forces. An oil depot in Belgorod caught fire due to a strike by Ukraine, Channel Five reports. Residents of nearby areas were evacuated to safety. Explosions also occurred in the villages of Nikolskoye and Yasnye Zori in the Belgorod region, Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said. According to him, no one was injured. In Nikolsky, the power line was disrupted and restored. A special operation has been underway in Ukraine since the end of February. Russia’s military has made attacks on military infrastructure and avoiding civilian casualties a priority, Russian leader Vladimir Putin said. According to him, the goals were denazification and demilitarization. The Russian army managed to block Kyiv, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Sumy and Nikolaev, Kherson and most of the Zaporozhye region are under full control.

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