Ukraine struck fuel depot in Luhansk Oblast, Russia claims

A fuel and lubricant storage facility in occupied Dovzhansk, Luhansk Oblast, is on fire after a presumed Ukrainian missile strike, Russian sources reported on May 20.

Leonid Pasechnik, the Kremlin-appointed “head” of the so-called "Luhansk People's Republic" (LPR), claimed that the depot was damaged in a “missile attack with cluster munitions.”

Luhansk regional governor Artem Lysohor said this was the third time in one month that a Russian logistical facility in the region was targeted.

Additionally, local social media accounts reported several explosions in occupied Luhansk City on the same day. Local pro-Russian publication Novosti Donbassa reported a possible attack on the Luhansk Academy of Internal Affairs, where Russian troops are based.

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