APU hit "Tochka-U" on the oil pipeline "Druzhba" in the Bryansk region

The Ukrainian army launched a Tochka-U missile attack on the Druzhba oil pipeline.

The Ukrainian military delivered another blow to an important civilian facility in Russia. According to available information, the Ukrainian army launched a strike with a Tochka-U tactical missile at the Druzhba oil pipeline located in the Bryansk region. Information about the damage to the oil pipeline itself has not yet been given, however, according to the Mash publication, the rocket fell near the Novozybkov oil pumping station.

According to Mash journalists, the Ukrainian military used a tactical missile system to strike. The target was precisely the oil pipeline, which was probably supposed to be damaged in order to disrupt the pumping of oil through it.

“The Armed Forces of Ukraine hit Tochka-U on the Druzhba oil pipeline in the Bryansk region. According to our information, the rocket fell near the Novozybkov oil pumping station. Specialists who arrived at the scene recorded a funnel with a diameter of 20 meters. The PS itself is slightly damaged, there is temporarily no electricity. More than 33 million tons of oil passes through it every year - in transit through Belarus to Europe, bypassing Ukraine. There were no casualties as a result of the attack, all personnel were evacuated in a timely manner., - reports the publication "Mash".

Where exactly the Tochka-U tactical missile was launched has not yet been specified, however, apparently, such a weapon is still in service with Ukraine. Whether only one missile was launched, or whether the strike was carried out by various means, is also not specified.


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