Russian propagandists are forbidden to talk about the consequences of the Kakhovska HPP sabotage
The Russian propagandists at "Komsomolskaya Pravda" forgot to switch off the livestream and started talking about the way that discussions of consequences of the Kakhovska HPP sabotage are being censored.
The host, who is in the frame, says to his interlocutor that he realizes the catastrophic consequences of the explosion, but is not sure if it is okay to talk about it.
The interlocutor asks him to clarify what exactly they are forbidden to mention: "That Odesa beaches are unswimmable?"
"You said that the whole Black Sea was unswimmable. I wonder if we get in trouble for that. As we did yesterday," the host noted.
The video contains obscene language.
On the night of June 6, 2023, the Russian invaders blew up the Kakhovska HPP dam. The detonation resulted in a rapid decrease of the water level in the Kakhovka reservoir, which poses yet another threat to the temporarily occupied Zaporizhzhia NPP.
In Kherson, the Corabel neighborhood has been cut off from electricity, and the gas supply was also cut off for safety reasons.
Ukrhydroenergo reported that the Kakhovska HPP was completely destroyed by a detonation inside the engine room. The station cannot be rebuilt.
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has said that the explosion at the Kakhovska HPP creates a threat of up to 80 settlements in the region being flooded.
Ukrainian intellgience says that the occupiers mined the Kakhovska HPP twice before detonating it on June 6. The intelligence sources add that such a move indicates that the Russian occupiers are panicking.
However, while Ukraine has initiated an ecocide case over the Kakhovskaya HPP sabotage, the Russian propaganda media cited the collaborator Saldo, saying that "there will be no need to evacuate many people, and the destruction of the Kakhovska HPP led to a big, but not critical, influx of water into the Dnipro."
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