Ukrainian propaganda again ridiculed..’If Russia destroyed their own dam it would cut off water supply to all Crimea, critically endanger Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant and cause a Tsunami flood over Kherson city…’
Both the Russian and the Ukrainian sides have repeatedly accused each other of shelling to breach the dam using explosives, which would flood much of the area downstream and would likely cause major destruction around Kherson.
The same day Russian media released a CCTV video showing explosions at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station dam in Kherson province.
Russian State TV broadcast footage on Saturday showing residents of Nova Kakhovka in the Kherson region hiding in shelters during shelling, when some 200 civilians, including 30 children were evacuating.
Russia announced the evacuation of over 115,ooo citizens from Kherson city under fire at night without any casualties.
Bloodbath Cancelled: Russia’s Kherson evacuation Saves 115K civilians and 30K military – Gets them Mocked by MSM Media.
“All missiles at the disposal of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) were used during the shelling of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station”. This was announced on October 22 by the head of the administration of the Novokakhovsk urban district of the Kherson region Vladimir Leontievon the air of Soloviev Live.“All possible missile weapons that are in the hands of the Ukrainian armed forces and supplied by the collective West or preserved from the times of the Soviet Union, they were used at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station,”he said. tps://thenewsglory.com/in-kherson-they-announced-the-use-of-the-armed-forces-of-all-types-of-missiles-for-attacks-on-the-kakhovskaya-hydroelectric-power-station/
Ukrainian reports sometimes echoed the usual blatant,US sourced, fake news, and sometimes boasted their own responsibility.
FILE PHOTO: Russian servicemen are seen in front of the Kakhovskaya Hydroelectric Power Plant in Kherson Region. © Sputnik / RIA Novosti
Factbox-Is the Kakhovka dam in Ukraine about to be blown? 2 days ago What is the Kakhovka dam, is it about to be blown and what impact would that have? * The dam, 30 metres (yards) tall and 3.2 km (2 miles) long, was built in 1956 on the Dnipro river as part of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant. * It holds an 18 km3 reservoir which also supplies water to the Crimean peninsula, annexed by Russia in 2014, and to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant
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Russia urges UN help as 100’s of US/Ukraine missiles target Dam- ‘Tsunami’ flood will engulf Kherson city when dam breaks
UPDATE Damage to key dam from Ukrainian strikes revealed
13 Nov 2022 It’ will take at least a year to repair the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric dam in Russia’s Kherson Region, a local official says https://www.rt.com/russia/566435-kherson-dam-damage-ukraine/