Russian missile strike hits Naftogaz Group facilities in western Ukraine

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Naftogaz Group facilities in western Ukraine were damaged in a Russian missile attack, chairman of Ukraine’s state oil and gas company, Oleksiy Chernyshov, reported on Facebook on March 24.

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Chernyshov reported, "In the morning, the enemy attacked the energy infrastructure again. We have damage to Naftogaz Group facilities in the west."

Preliminary reports indicate no casualties. Efforts are underway to contain and address the aftermath of the emergency situation, with Chernyshov promising to provide further details later.

The Russian army launched a massive attack on Ukraine on March 24, involving missiles and drones overnight. Explosions were heard in Kharkiv and Mykolaiv oblasts, while air defense systems were active in Kyiv and Lviv oblasts.

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The attack included 29 cruise missiles and 28 Shahed drones, with air defense forces destroying 43 air targets. Missile debris fell in Kyiv's Desnyanskyi district and Shevchenkivskyi district, as well as on a critical infrastructure facility in Lviv Oblast.

In the morning, the Russian army targeted another critical infrastructure facility in Lviv Oblast with Kinzhal missiles, following the initial massive missile attack during the night.

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