The United States does not like Ukrainian attacks.  They insist on stopping them

Citing three sources, the Financial Times wrote According to the United States, “drone strikes threaten to raise global oil prices.” The Financial Times indicates that raw material prices rose by about 15% in 2024 to $85 per barrel, which led to an increase in fuel prices at a time when US President Joe Biden begins his re-election campaign.

According to the daily White House 'becoming increasingly frustrated' Daring Ukrainian drone attacks on refineries, terminals and oil depots in western Russia.

FT reported that Washington issued “several warnings” Senior representatives of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the Military Intelligence of Ukraine (HUR). Both services have expanded their drone strike programs against Russian targets on land, sea and air since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.

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