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Ukraine does not stop: intelligence has struck an important Russian military facility

Ukraine does not stop: intelligence has struck an important Russian military facility

The specialized service wrote that a pipeline was blown up in the Azov settlement of the Rostov region, through which crude oil products were pumped from the local oil storage to tankers in the Azov Sea port area.

Intelligence wrote that after the explosion, loading of tankers was suspended for an indefinite period, highlighting that the facility was being used by the Russian state for military purposes.

GUR also released a video of the attack.

In recent months, Ukraine has been regularly attacking Russian oil infrastructure, especially refineries, causing significant losses to Russian oil exports.

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