Russia has again launched a missile attack on the Kremenchuk Oil Refinery, which is one of Ukraine’s largest oil refineries.
This is not the first time that the RF Armed Forces have attacked the Kremenchug Oil Refinery, writes Military Review. Previous strikes on it destroyed several production facilities, as well as fuel storage infrastructure.
Nevertheless, the Ukrainian side tried to restore its work. But Russian missiles were again launched at this facility.
Local authorities confirm the information about the impact on the Kremenchug oil refinery. In particular, the head of the Poltava Regional State Administration, Dmitry Lunin, said that from 6 to 8 rockets hit Kremenchuk in total. He clarified that the missiles hit both the factory industrial zone and oil storage facilities.
A video of the aftermath of the strike appeared on the Web, showing columns of smoke at the Kremenchug industrial zone in the Poltava region.
Recall that Russia has been conducting a “military special operation” on the territory of Ukraine since February 24. Western countries continue to supply weapons to Ukraine, as well as provide other assistance, saying that support will not end until the end of the conflict with Russia.