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In occupied Luhansk drones target oil depot, igniting fire

In occupied Luhansk drones target oil depot, igniting fire Drones attacked an oil depot in occupied Luhansk (screenshot from the video)
Author: Liliana Oleniak

In the temporarily occupied Luhansk, on the night of December 4, unknown drones attacked an oil depot. A large-scale fire broke out there, local Telegram channels report.

As they write on the network, due to the attack on the oil depot, one of the tanks caught fire, and a big fire broke out. The Russians traditionally blame the attack on the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The situation in the Luhansk region

According to the ISW report, on December 3, Russian troops continued offensive operations along the Kupiansk-Svatovo-Kreminna line but did not achieve confirmed success.

The Ukrainian General Staff reported that Ukrainian troops repelled Russian attacks northeast of Petropavlivka and near Synkivka, Ivanivka, Stelmakhivka, and Serebrianske forestry.

Ukrainian forces continued local ground attacks in the Kreminna area on December 3 and recently made a confirmed advance. The video, published on November 29 and posted on December 2, shows that Ukrainian forces have recently advanced west of Dibrova.