Russia Strikes Ukrainian Oil Refinery Owned by Igor Kolomoisky After Ukrainian Chopper AttackChris Menahan
Apr. 02, 2022
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Russia responded to Ukraine's chopper attack on an oil depot inside Russia by conducting a strike on Ukraine's only oil refinery plant -- which is owned by corrupt Israeli-Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoisky.
Though the Zelensky regime has shut down Ukrainians from sharing footage of war damage, Russia went ahead and shared video of the strike themselves.
The Russian military targeted the major oil refinery in the central Ukrainian city in a series of strikes, including "high-precision long-range and sea-based weapons," Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov told CNN. The strikes destroyed storage facilities holding gasoline and diesel fuels for Ukrainian troops in the country's eastern and central regions.Though Ukraine's chopper attack on Russia was expertly executed the end result may just be more devastation of Ukrainian infrastructure, which Russia has clearly been trying to avoid.
UPDATE: Video leaked out from on the ground.
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