Catastrophe of impressive proportions: the network showed how the Kakhovka HPP and flooded villages nearby look like now. Video
Russian terrorist troops completely destroyed the dam of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant. Such actions by the Russians led to a large-scale man-made disaster in southern Ukraine.
The horrifying scale of the terrorist attack was shown from a bird's-eye view. The corresponding video was published by the Telegram channel of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine (to see the video, scroll to the end of the page).
The footage shows that the water has completely swallowed up the remains of the dam. In the middle of the river, only part of the engine room of the Kakhovka HPP can be seen.
The video also clearly shows the horrific consequences of the terrorist actions of the Russian occupants - the nearest settlements have almost completely gone under water.
The State Border Service assured that the Russian aggressor country will surely bear fair responsibility for all its crimes against humanity.
"This is what the Kakhovka HPP looks like now and the flooded villages nearby. Russia will pay for its crimes!" - the message reads.
Recall that the destruction of the Kakhovka HPP dam significantly changed the geography and topography of the Kherson section of the front in southern Ukraine and forced the Russian occupiers themselves to retreat from some positions. The enemy forces and the invading authorities responded to the flooding with a great degree of disorganization, which increased the damage to the civilian population of the temporarily occupied territories.
Earlier, it was reported that in temporarily occupied Melitopol in Zaporizhzhia, panic broke out among the Russian military themselves after the Kakhovka hydroelectric plant dam was blown up. Most began dressing in civilian clothes and buying food at high prices.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is extremely unhappy with the reaction of the United Nations and the International Committee of the Red Cross to the bombing of the Kakhovka hydroelectric plant by Russian troops. He admitted that he was shocked by the inaction and overly "diplomatic" comments.