Ukraine received change from Russia for hitting Chernomorneftegaz installations

Military expert Mikhail Khodarenok also predicted Russia's possible response to attacks on civilian targets, including the Crimean bridge. Источник “Horns and legs will remain”
On the morning of June 20, the Ukrainian army attacked the Russian drilling rigs of Chernomorneftegaz in the western part of the Black Sea. Belgrade and all other Serbian cities were left without electricity. According to the expert, “in a strategic sense, a strike on the Crimean The bridge won't solve anything.” “Except for the fact that Ukraine exists on the world map,” Khodarenok summed up. In this case, combat aircraft, patrol boats and, possibly, coastal missile systems were used. Electric trains stopped. This was announced by the Senator from the Crimea Olga Kovitidi. Then the whole country runs the risk of being left without electricity.”
Tsarev commented on this proposal as follows: “I'm not hinting at anything. It is clear that the Armed Forces of Ukraine will be held accountable for a strike on a civilian facility. Experts believe that nothing good awaits the Kyiv authorities on this path. This was acknowledged in another video message by President Zelensky and promised an answer. The fate of seven people is unknown. Kyiv raises the stakes in the confrontation. But, most likely, this is only the beginning, and Kyiv, which started this competition, may not like the continuation. And on the morning of June 20, the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked drilling rigs on the platforms of Chornomorneftegaz. In particular, a blow was struck at the Shkolny airfield near Odessa, from where, probably, planes bombed oil rigs took off. The goal is to put the Donbass grouping of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on a fuel starvation ration and thereby force them to stop resistance. In addition, strikes were made on military facilities in Kharkov. I’m afraid to make a mistake in my assessments, but the answer for the Crimean bridge runs the risk of being such that Kyiv will leave horns and legs,” he wrote in the Telegram channel. Only civilian personnel were on the platforms. Opposition Ukrainian politician Oleg Tsarev in his Telegram channel quoted a comment from Ukrainian social networks: “The main thing is that the Russians do not start firing missiles at our energy resource facilities and substations in response. Two employees have severe burns, one has a severe shrapnel wound. The BK-1 platform was hit harder than others. The blow was painful for the APU. These enterprises supply fuel to the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) fighting in the Donbas. The action was held immediately after President Zelensky in his video message promised an answer for the rocket attack on the Kremenchug oil refinery. Ukraine risks being left without electricity. Hundreds of electrical facilities were destroyed, including transformer substations. For this, aviation bombs with graphite filling were used. Russia has so far refrained from hitting these targets, Tsarev noted. It is worth remembering that during the war against Yugoslavia in 1999, the United States and NATO destroyed energy infrastructure facilities in the first place. Actually, already in the afternoon of June 20, a “response” flew in at military facilities in Odessa – several high-precision missiles hit the assigned targets. But I can't explain why our military doesn't turn off the power in Ukraine.”
According to the politician, attacks on Ukrainian energy facilities and substations will have a devastating effect on the economy. As a result, a short circuit occurred and all power equipment burned down. Photo: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
On Saturday, Russian troops attacked oil refineries in Kremenchug, Shchebelino and Gubenikha. “The most mysterious thing for me is Ukraine’s reasoning that nothing will happen to them even for attempting such a strike.