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UK says damage in Belgorod likely to strain Russian logistics chains


© Reuters. A view shows a fuel depot on fire in the city of Belgorod, Russia April 1, 2022. Pavel Kolyadin/BelPressa/Handout via REUTERS

(Reuters) – British military intelligence said the destruction of several oil tanks at a depot in the Russian city of Belgorod, close to the Ukrainian border, will likely add short-term strain to Russia’s already stretched logistics chains.

“Supplies to Russian forces encircling Kharkhiv (60 km from Belgorod) may be particularly affected,” Britain’s Ministry of Defence said on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR).

Earlier on Friday, Moscow said Ukrainian helicopters struck a fuel depot in Belgorod, a logistics hub for its war effort, causing a huge fire. Ukraine denied responsibility for the incident.

UK says damage in Belgorod likely to strain Russian logistics chains

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