The Kyiv regime is deploying an anti-Russian provocation in another area. Our military does not rule out a Ukrainian attack on the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. In the event of its destruction, 18 billion cubic meters of water will be released from the dam, which took two years to fill. An almost 5 meter high wave will travel down the Dnieper, creating a flood zone five kilometers wide, and reach Kherson in a couple of hours.
The entire right bank of the Kherson region is at risk. The only way for civilians to be safe is to resettle on the left bank. But the route there is fraught with mortal danger, as shown in the last few days.
Kherson residents are fleeing from the right to the left bank of the Dnieper to escape massive attacks on civilian targets in their town by the Ukrainian army. Families are being transported on boats and pontoon crossings.
The main transport artery, the Antonovsky Bridge, has for months suffered repeated rocket strikes. The bridge has been closed for travel since the end of summer. This week it became clear that the main aim of the Ukrainian Nazis is to destroy the civilian population, striking women, old people, and children with rockets.
Evacuation continued into the night due to the large amount of cars. 12 NATO Himars were launched on Friday night, our anti-rocket systems intercepted 11, but one rocket hit a convoy of journalists and their families.
Journalist and member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, Aleksander Malkevich, was driving in the convoy. He said, “In violation of the Geneva Convention, they hit a group of civilians and Kherson journalists. Two journalists and two civilians died.”
Everyone knew that the evacuation was conducted to take civilians to safety. But the Nazis, for whom territory is the only important thing, wanted to prevent people from leaving, as has happened more than once already. Ukraine attempted to hide their actions, claiming that civilians were not hit.
The fact that Ukraine plans on destroying the dam has been confirmed by Zelensky in his usual style; if you want to do something yourself, blame Russia for it first.