• 22/06/2024 22:53

Russian occupiers published a video filmed in the first hours after the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station in June last year

Hostile resources claim that the video was filmed by the Russian military.

Russian occupiers published a video filmed in the first hours after the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station in June last year 

<p> published a video filmed in the first hours after the explosion Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station in June last year, reports Toronto Television. </p>
<p>The video shows the first hours, and possibly minutes, after the Russians blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station in June 2023. Joyful laughter in Russian can be heard,” the message says. It is noted that the video was published by the RussiaNoContext channel. The post states that the footage was filmed by the Russian military. Additional minutes, after the alphabet blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station in June 2023. A joyful laughter in 🇷🇺 can be heard.</p>
<p>📹 Published by the RussiaNoContext channel. Post posts that this footage was called 🇷🇺 military. pic.twitter.com/qOJyMF0GF4</p>
<p>— Toronto Television/Toronto Television (@tvtoront) April 5, 2024</p></blockquote>
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<li>Russian invaders mined the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station in the first days of the invasion of Ukraine and blew it up at 02:50 on June 6, 2023. Ukrhydroenergo stated that the hydroelectric power station was completely destroyed and cannot be restored. After the explosion of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station, it will take 10 years to restore natural ecosystems. Specialists from 20 countries are working on the territory restoration program.</li>
<li>The SBU published an interception indicating that the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station was undermined by a sabotage group of invaders. The agency notes that the invaders wanted to blackmail Ukraine by blowing up the dam and caused a man-made disaster in the south of our state.</li>
<li>In December, the Associated Press reported that the Russian Federation was hiding the real number of victims who died as a result of the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station. </li>
<li>In March, Ukrhydroenergo announced that due to the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric complex, losses reached 2.5 billion euros.</li>
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