A fire at the oil depot in Russian town of Belgorod was allegedly caused by an airstrike by Ukrainian Army helicopters, Belgorod Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov reported via Telegram messenger on April 1.
Early on April 1, the fire reportedly broke out at an oil depot in Belgorod, Russia, near the border with Ukraine.
"A fire at the oil depot occurred as a result of an airstrike from two helicopters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which entered the Russian territory at a low altitude," he wrote.
Gladkov added no casualties had been reported as a result of the incident.
"We have all the resources to put out the fire," the governor said.
"The Ministry of Emergency Situations is trying to localize the fire in the shortest possible time. Nothing threatens the population."
The fire was still burning during the morning of April 1.
Earlier, late on March 29, the village of Krasny Oktyabr in Russia's Belgorod Oblast was hit by a powerful blast, reportedly in the area of a Russian ammunition depot. Later Russian media reported that four Russian servicemen had been injured.