Russian propaganda is now considering the Kremenchuk HPP to repeat "Kakhovka scenario"
Kremlin propagandists have started talking about the alleged explosion of the Kremenchuk hydroelectric power plant. At the same time, the Russian Federation brazenly accused the Armed Forces of Ukraine of allegedly mining an infrastructure facility.
The aggressor country also cynically stated that the "Kakhovka scenario" could be repeated. This was reported by Russian propaganda media.
The propagandists published another nonsense about the "mining" of the Kremenchuk HPP, allegedly referring to a representative of Russian security forces who allegedly has "sources in the ranks of the Armed Forces" in the area of the power plant itself.
"We have received information about the mining and possible explosion of the Kremenchuk hydroelectric power plant in order to create public tension and accuse the Russian army of attacking the plant," Russia said.
It is worth noting that when the Russian occupiers committed a terrorist attack at the Kakhovka HPP, they immediately shifted the responsibility for the crime to Ukraine. Putin's terrorists pretended that Ukraine had allegedly launched a series of strikes on the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant. In reality, the infrastructure facility was mined by Russian criminals.
As a reminder, on the morning of June 6, Russian troops blew up the Kakhovka dum, flooding settlements in Mykolaiv and Kherson regions.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- On August 21, the first water supply line was launched in the Dnipropetrovsk region, which will provide access to water for about 25% of the population of Kryvyi Rih. The city's water supply was damaged after the explosion of the Kakhovka dam.
- Russian propagandists showed what the Kakhovka HPP looks like now in a video. After the explosion, it was almost completely destroyed, and some of the structures went underwater.