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Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov reported Monday that high-precision weapons had destroyed a refinery and oil deposits north of the city of Kremenchug, in central Ukraine.

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The destroyed facilities stored fuel and lubricants for the military vehicles of the Ukrainian Army, the official announced at his daily press conference on the special military operation in Ukraine.

In the last day, some six military targets were also hit by high-precision missiles, while the Russian Aerospace Forces destroyed 56 targets.

For their part, the missile troops carried out 19 attacks, destroying four command posts and three ammunition depots, in addition to 21 concentration points for military personnel and equipment.

About 240 troops and 28 units of war material were eliminated. Russian artillerymen razed 33 command posts, 929 fortifications, assembly areas of military personnel and equipment, along with five weapons and artillery ammunition depots.

In turn, Russian Pantsir-S anti-aircraft systems neutralized a Ukrainian Tochka-U missile, the official said. “The Pantsir-S surface-to-air missile system shot down a Ukrainian Tochka-U missile and 18 rockets from multiple launch rocket systems over Chernobayevka,” he added.

Similarly, 13 Ukrainian drones were shot down near Mezhúrino, Balakleya, Borodoyárkoye and Névskoye, in the Ukrainian region of Kharkov, as well as near Visókoye and Chernobayevka, in the province of Kherson.

Following the start of the special military operation on February 24, Russian forces have destroyed 141 aircraft, 110 helicopters, 566 unmanned aerial vehicles, 265 anti-aircraft missile systems, 2,526 tanks and other armored vehicles, 283 multiple rocket launchers, 1,096 units of field artillery and mortars, as well as 2,362 special military vehicles.

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