Russia says it found explosives dropped from drones on Druzhba oil pipeline
An explosive device dropped from drones has been allegedly found at a pumping station of the Druzhba oil pipeline in the Bryansk region, Russia
This is reported by the Russian media, citing a statement by Transneft representative Igor Demin.
Russian Transneft claims to have discovered explosive devices at the Novozybkov oil pumping station of the Druzhba pipeline in the Bryansk region, Russia.
Demin assumes that explosives were dropped from drones on the territory of the enterprise.
The station does not reportedly pump oil, so "the purpose of the attack was to kill people." However, no one was injured, and investigative actions are underway.
On December 1, 2022, the EU countries had agreed on a maximum price for Russian oil of USD 60 per barrel.