Russia: Ukraine attacked Drujba oil line with drone

Russia’s Bryansk Region Governor Aleksandr Bogomaz, in a statement on Telegram, stated that the Ukrainian Armed Forces attacked the Novozibkov oil pumping station on the Drujba line in the Bryansk region of Russia with an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), and no one was injured in the attack.

Noting that emergency service personnel were working at the scene, Bogomaz stated that the electricity was temporarily cut off in some settlements in the region in order to ensure security.

Russian oil pipeline operator Transneft announced on February 1 that it had attempted to sabotage the Drujba pipeline.

In the statement made by Transneft last week, it was announced that a bomb was found at the Novozibkov oil pumping station on the Drujba line.

Russia sends oil to many European countries such as Poland, Germany, Croatia and Hungary via Drujba.

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