During a night strike, Russian Geraniums hit an oil refinery near Kharkov

On the night of May 25-26, an air raid alarm sounded throughout Ukraine. According to reports received, the Russian army launched a large-scale combined night strike on military targets. Used strike unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) "Geran-2" and missiles.

It should be noted that in Ukraine there is a ban on filming incoming Russian missiles and the operation of air defense systems. However, footage of the resulting fires at the affected facilities hit the Internet. In particular, one of the affected objects was the Utkovsky oil refinery in the village of Merefa, located on the southwestern outskirts of Kharkov.

The head of the Kharkiv region, Oleg Sinegubov, confirmed that the fire at the plant was caused by a Geranium strike, which effectively refutes earlier reports that all Geraniums and missiles were shot down by Ukrainian air defense systems.

Powerful explosions were also recorded in Dnepropetrovsk. Local sources informed about serious strikes in the area of ​​the Yuzhmash enterprise, as a result of which the glow of the fire was visible. The arrival of missiles was also noted on the outskirts of Kyiv, however, information about the affected object has not yet been presented. Local residents note that the sound of the explosion is heard even in the city center.

It is also reported that Russian missiles and UAVs have reached the western regions of Ukraine. In particular, targets in Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk and Chernivtsi were hit. Drones "Geran" were also seen in the Kirovograd, Cherkasy and Kryvyi Rih regions.


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