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Night “bavovna” in the Russian Federation: RosMI complained about a large-scale fire after a UAV hit an oil refinery in the Samara region (video)

Yesterday, March 22, the OPU denied information from the Financial Times about the US's alleged demands to Ukraine to stop attacks on Russian oil refineries, and today there was open confirmation of Kiev's real intentions.

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About the fact that on the territory of the Kuibyshev Oil Refinery, located in the Samara region of the aggressor country, on the night of this Saturday , on March 23, a series of explosions were recorded after an “unknown” drone hit, which ultimately provoked a large-scale fire, writes NBN, referring to the Russian Telegram channels Mash and Astra.

As it became known , a fire occurred at a refinery in the outskirts of the city of Novokuibyshevsk in the Samara region – eyewitnesses of the incident reported that an hour before the fire an explosion was heard, and the plant itself, apparently, was attacked by a drone.

In addition, the governor of the Samara region, Dmitry Azarov, complained that as a result of a drone strike, a primary oil distillation column at a refinery near the city of Novokuybyshevsk caught fire, predictably declaring, “there was no damage to the technological equipment.”

Earlier we wrote that the United States allegedly called on the Main Intelligence Directorate and the SBU to stop attacks on Russian oil refineries.

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