Image Source : AP Huge fire caused by drone strike at Crimea’s oil reserves
Drone Attack: The war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Meanwhile, a huge fire broke out after a drone hit the oil reserves of Crimea. According to media reports, Ukraine has carried out a major drone attack on Crimean oil reserves. Because of this a big fire has started. It is being told that the fire has spread in an area of 11 thousand square feet, which is becoming difficult to control. Russian firefighters are trying to extinguish the fire.
According to media reports, Ukraine has carried out the attack on the Russian Naval Base of Sivastopol in Crimea near the Black Sea. According to the information, Ukraine used drones for this attack. Mikhail Razvozhayev, the governor stationed by Russia in the city of Sevastopol, shared video and photos of the fire on his Telegram account. Razvozhayev said that this is one of the worst incidents of fire, which will be very difficult to control. Significantly, the war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for more than a year. Meanwhile, in recent times, this is being said to be the biggest drone attack.
Russia fired more than 20 missiles on Kiev, 22 people died
According to news agency AP, this action of drone attack happened after Russia carried out more than 20 cruise missiles and two drone attacks around the capital of Ukraine in the early hours of Friday. In fact, on Friday, Russia fired more than 20 missiles and carried out two drone attacks around the capital of Ukraine. 22 people had died in this incident. Most of these people died in two missile attacks on a residential building in central Ukraine. According to the Kiev city administration, it was the first time in nearly two months that air raid sirens were sounded around the capital Kiev. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s Air Force intercepted 11 cruise missiles and two drones over Kiev.
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