Consortium of the Caspian Sea Pipelines Ensures Safety of Infrastructure in Novorossiysk Port Amid Kyiv Terrorist Attack

Consortium of the Caspian Sea Pipelines Ensures Safety of Infrastructure Following Terrorist Attack

The Consortium of the Caspian Sea Pipelines announced the safety of the infrastructure of its lines in the Russian port of Novorossiysk on the Black Sea and the continuation of pumping oil to tankers in the normal mode after repulsing the Kyiv terrorist attack.

Oil Shipment Continues Uninterrupted

The company said in a statement: “The shipment of oil to anchored tankers continues as usual, as our pipeline network infrastructure was not affected” after repelling the terrorist attack in Kyiv.

Temporary Ban on Ship Movements in Novorossiysk Port

They added that they temporarily banned the movement of ships in the port of Novorossiysk for security reasons.

Russian Defense Thwarts Kyiv’s Attack

And the Russian Ministry of Defense recently stated that “the Kyiv forces tried to attack the Novorossiysk naval base at night with two unmanned boats, as they were met and destroyed by the fire of Russian ships guarding the base.”

Prevention of Terrorist Attack in Crimea

It stated that the Russian defense at night prevented an attempt by the Kyiv regime to carry out a terrorist attack using drones in Crimea, as 10 drones were destroyed by air defenses, and three more drones were shot down with electronic weapons.

No Casualties or Damage Reported

The department confirmed that the attack was prevented, there were no casualties or damage.

Source: News

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