Ukraine denied a helicopter attack on a Russian fuel depot

Ukraine denied a helicopter attack on a Russian fuel depot

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Russia-Ukraine crisis: Russia’s struggle to invade Ukraine seems tired

After completing a month of Russia’s shelling out in Ukraine to invade the bordering country Russia starts blaming the support of other countries on Ukraine. Recently, a helicopter entered Russia’s soil and attacked the fuel station of Russia, the outskirts of the city of Belgorod.

Ukraine denied a helicopter attack on a Russian fuel depot

25 Km from the Ukraine border, a Ukrainian Helicopter attacked the Russian Fuel depot, as per the blamed statement by Russian officials.

Ukraine in this regard denied the responsibility for a helicopter attack on a fuel depot on Russian soil, the area of Russia’s outskirts of the city Belgorod. Russia said the attack by the Ukrainian airstrike could affect the peace talk going on between both countries but the Kyiv Offices have denied any such attacks on Russia.

Russia successfully evacuated the people from that area and the closed city Belgorod Mayor Anton Ivanov said about the attack “There is no threat to human life and health, all residents can return to their homes,” he released in an online post.

In a response to Russia’s condemnation of Airstrike by Ukraine, the spokesperson Oleksandr Motuzyanyk of the defense minister neither accept the attack nor denied the country’s role.

He said “Ukraine is currently conducting a defensive operation against Russian aggression on the territory of Ukraine and this does not mean that Ukraine is responsible for every catastrophe on Russia’s territory,” he said in his statement.

The international powerful country like the USA has not made any comment over such news. President Vladimir Putin of Russia told about the incident of attack over his land and also he warned Ukraine that it can face the serious consequences of an air attack.

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