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The ISW announced that the Russians had poured in the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station as a result of the counter-attack of the ZSU

ZSU operations on the similar birch of the Kherson region in the past attracted Russian forces many occupiers from other plots to the front, And mothers like this could have a shorter effect on the cob of the counterattack. At that moment, the interventionists of the Kakhovka Dam brought the situation to the fore.

These are the latest findings from analysts at the Institute of War Studies, reports RBC-Ukraine, sent to ISW.

In publication I'm guessing it's ruined The dam of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station on June 6th terminated the transfer of ZSU forces across the Dnieper River, which is obviously small in the face of counter-offensive operations.

On January 26, the Associated Press published an interview with Ukrainian military special operations forces, who learned that they were preparing to force a force across the Dnieper to the left bank of the Kherson region. and May 2023. Plans were made against the reduced rowing of the hydroelectric power station and further flooding in the region.

It appears that the Ukrainian special warehouse was built between attempts to cross in the linden, sickle and verna of the flow rock, but the ZSU did not begin a larger-scale crossing with the aim of creating a bridgehead on the sliding birch to the middle and zhovtnya.

The operations of the Ukrainian Defense Forces in the Kherson region also drew Russian forces from other villages to the front and, likely, a similar or even greater effect on the front line 2023 marks the beginning of the Ukrainian counter-offensive, experts have expanded

This indicates that the Russian Federation also transferred the units of the 7th Airborne Division (Airborne Division) from the Kherson region after the collapse of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station dam, and continued to rely on them as a critical and other elements of Russian defense in the western part of the Zaporizk region and on the territory in the region Administrator between Donetsk and Zaporizhzhya regions.

In ISW ​​they respect that the Russian command is unlikely to transfer these elements to Kherson during the Ukrainian push in early 2023.

“Significant Ukrainian ground operations on the left bank part of the Kherson region, coordinated with Ukrainian counter-offensive operations in modern Ukraine and near Bakhmut, would put greater pressure on Russia Russian forces would probably help the Russian military establishment balance the manpower requirements and technology for defense operations on several direct lines,” goes in the publication.

In this way, ISW analysts summarize, the destruction of the Kakhovka Dam by the Russian occupiers undoubtedly played a role in the results of the Ukrainian counter-offensive.

Key points :

Suppression of the Kakhovskaya HES

I guess, in the 6th century, the Russian occupiers destroyed the Kakhovskaya HES . This caused flooding of low population centers in the Kherson region. The occupied left bank suffered the most.

Some of the region’s residents lost their lives in the wake of such actions of Russian soldiers.

The UN stated that the Kakhovka dam would be destroyed in early 2023 an ecological disaster on a grand scale, which goes beyond the borders of Ukraine.

For more details about those, Russia destroyed the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station and “defeated” its defense, read the materials of RBC-Ukraine.

Terms and important information about the war Read Russia versus Ukraine on the RBC-Ukraine channel on Telegram.

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