Russian invaders have struck the Avdiivka Coke Chemical Plant with aerial bombs in the Donetsk oblast. The remnants of naphthalene are on fire. Ukrinform reports it was informed via Telegram by Musa Magomedov, a member of parliament who previously served as the director-general of the Avdiivka Coke Chemical Plant. He posted a corresponding video.
"Peacekeepers"... continue to destroy the industry of Donbas. Just now, these monsters struck the Avdiivka Coke Chemical Plant with aerial bombs, and the scrubber of the capture unit is burning", - Magomedov wrote.
He suggested that the invaders would once again lie, claiming that they "hit the ammunition (stockpiles), which were never on the plant's territory".
In turn, Vitalii Barabash, the head of the Avdiivka City Military Administration, clarified that one of the enemy's bombs hit a storage facility for naphthalene at the plant, and its remnants are currently on fire, as reported by Suspilne Donbas.
According to Barabash, there are no casualties.