Ukrainian Drones Hit Russian Oil Refinery: Heavy Response Expected

Moscow said Ukrainian artillery had hit a town inside Russia for a third time this week and reported drone strikes on two Russian oil refineries on Wednesday, while Ukrainian shelling in Russian-occupied eastern Ukraine killed five people.
There was no immediate comment from Ukraine on the Russian reports, in a week when both countries accused each other of spreading terror in their capitals with air attacks as Ukraine prepares a Western-backed push to end Russia’s invasion.

Thousands of civilians have been killed in Ukraine since Moscow’s forces invaded 15 months ago, but Tuesday marked only the second time Moscow had come under direct fire, although oil and military facilities in Russia have been hit.
In the Russian town of Shebekino, two of four wounded people were hospitalised and shells damaged an apartment building, four homes and a school, regional governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said.
On Monday, Gladkov said two industrial facilities in the town had been hit and on Saturday that he had come under artillery fire when trying to enter the town, about 7 km (4.5 miles) north of the border with Ukraine.

Myambo wa punda… They are really lashing out after the military intelligence HQ was hit earlier this week…

And their head of military decommissioned.

I howver maintain Russia has fought this war badly.

When confronting the beberu. (US, UK, France, Belgium, etc), you adopt a scorched earth policy.

Otherwise any sign of weakness wanakutia.

Russia has allowed too many red lines to be crossed…