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How Ukraine’s drone attacks can hit Russia where it hurts

23 March 2024

5:00 PM

23 March 2024

5:00 PM

On the morning of 16 March, Ukrainian drones struck multiple refineries in the Samara region of Russia, For more than a week, Ukrainian drones have targeted Russian oil infrastructure, particularly refineries. If the attacks become regular and continue indefinitely, they will impose significant costs on the Russian economy and military.

Ukraine is presenting Russia with the same air defence dilemma that Kyiv currently faces.

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