Russia Has Destroyed Ukraine’s Largest Existing Military Fuel Storage


Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Konashenkov said on the 25th local time that Russian forces successfully destroyed Ukraine’s largest existing military fuel storage warehouse near Kyiv.

According to CNN, Konashenkov said that on the night of March 24, a Kalyb high-precision sea-based cruise missile struck a fuel tank in Kalynivka, near Kyiv. base.

He added that it was the largest remaining military fuel storage facility in Ukraine, supplying troops with fuel in the central region of Ukraine.

According to AFP, the Russian Defense Ministry said that since Russia launched the special military operation, the Russian army has destroyed more than 260 drones, more than 1,580 tanks and other armored vehicles, and 204 anti-aircraft weapons systems.