Sunflower oil tank in southern Ukraine, Russia attacks rocket | Reuters

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June 23 At least two sunflower oil tanks at the terminal at Mykolaiv Port in southern Ukraine were severely damaged by a Russian rocket attack. The photo shows the residential area of ​​Mykolaiv released by the State Emergency Service of Ukraine on the 17th. (2022 Reuters)

[Kiev (Kyiv) 23rd Reuters]–At least two sunflower oil tanks were severely damaged by a Russian rocket attack at the terminal at the port of Mikoraiu in southern Ukraine. Local emergency authorities released the photo on the 23rd.

Mykolaiv Port is the main port of the Black Sea and was closed after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The photo shows a tank that was blown off at the top by an explosion and smoked. The adjacent reservoir was also blackened by the fire and was seriously damaged.

According to Governor Vitaly Kim of Mykolaiv, seven Russian missiles were shot on the 22nd. Ukrainian state television reported that a fire broke out in a warehouse where vegetable oil was stored.

The grain trading company Bunge announced on the 22nd that its grain facility in Mykolaiv was also attacked by Russia.

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