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suspected drone attack solves Fire in russian refinery vicinity Ukraine out

A fire at a Russian oil refinery near the border with Ukraine is believed to have been caused by a drone attack, according to Russian authorities. “According to one version, the fire was caused by a drone attack on technical devices of the plant,” Rostov region governor Vasily Golubov told Telegram on Wednesday. Drone parts were found on the site of the Novoshakhtinsk refinery. He did not provide information on the possible origin of the drones.

According to the governor, the fire was extinguished all employees are safe been brought, there is no injuries. Work in the refinery had been suspended for the duration of the investigation, Golubov explained.

The refinery is just a few kilometers from the border with the pro-Russian separatist-controlled Luhansk region in eastern Ukraine. In a video published on online networks, the authenticity of which could not be verified at first, there is one Drone seen flying over an industrial area before seeing an explosion and fireball.

Since the beginning of the Russian military offensive in Ukraine at the end of February, Russia has repeatedly accused Kyiv of attacks in the border area. Last month, according to the governor of the Kursk region, one person died in a Ukrainian attack on a village on the border. In early April, the governor of the Belgorod border region accused Ukraine of attacking a fuel depot with two helicopters. Earlier this week Moscow accused Ukraine of attacking production platforms off Russia’s annexed Crimea Peninsula in the Black Sea. (AFP)

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