Aftermath of strikes on oil depot in Russia's Adygea on June 20 – satellite photos
Photo: ERA/Jakub Kaczmarczyk

Journalists from the Russian service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty have published satellite images from the Republic of Adygea, where on June 20, Ukrainian Security Service drones struck an enemy oil depot.

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"The photos show that at least one building was destroyed, and a nearby hangar was damaged. The fuel tanks themselves were not affected," the journalists wrote.

On the morning of June 20, Russia reported a drone attack that hit the Lukoil oil depot in the village of Enem in the Republic of Adygea. Later, a source from law enforcement told that the SBU drones struck the fuel and lubricants storage facility of Tambovnefteprodukt JSC and the Enemskaya oil depot of Lukoil.

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