Terrorist attack on Kakhovka was in Ukrainian plans since last year

Lucas Leiroz

On the morning of 6 June, Novaya Kakhovka’s authorities reported a rupture in the local hydroelectric plant, resulting in the flooding of large areas on the banks of the Dnieper River (Kherson oblast). The accident would have been caused by a Ukrainian attack using multiple launch missile systems, possibly supplied by the West. However, the mainstream media and the Ukrainian government insist on baselessly accusing Russia of having committed the crime.

The Ukrainian bombing took place around two o'clock in the morning. Half of the spans of the dam was destroyed, causing the water level to rise considerably in a short time. At least fourteen settlements close to the region, home to more than 22,000 people, are at high risk of total flooding. The authorities have already started evacuating the local population, having emptied around 300 buildings, but there are still dozens of people at risk in the flooded areas.

One of the biggest fears regarding the destruction of the dam is the safety of the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP). The facility is also located on the banks of the Dnieper River and uses local water to cool its reactors - an essential procedure for nuclear security. With the change in water flow caused by the attack on the dam, ZNPP could run out of water to carry out the procedure.

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