Ukraine and the Russian army objected: “The dam was blown up by Moscow” – the world

Ukraine and the Russian army objected: “The dam was blown up by Moscow” – the world

Ukrainian intelligence intercepted and released the audio of a phone conversation between Russian officials in which they said that it was they who blew up the Kakhovka dam, not the Ukrainians. Rbc-Ukraine reports. A Russian military officer says he was intercepted, describing the aftermath of the blast.

In the Guardian’s translation of the audio from Russian, the first soldier says: “The main problem is that the hydroelectric power station is cooling its (for the Zaporizhia) nuclear reactor.” As for the second, he replies: “No problem. It will explode and be over.” The first Russian army: “So it was for us. It’s not theirs (Ukrainians), it’s oursAnd the other one says, “Really, was it ours? They said it was ‘khokhols’ (a derogatory term for Ukrainians) who blew it up.” And the first soldier: “They didn’t blow it up. Our group of vandals is right there. They wanted to create fear with this dam. Things did not go according to plan. (The result is) more than they expected.” The other: “Yes, of course.” It will be like Chernobyl, right?The First Army: built in the fifties. It quickly collapsed, it (Kakhovka hydroelectric power station) went down.

On the dam continues Responsibility releaseMoscow and Kiev accuse each other of bombing evacuation zones. For the Ukrainians, the death toll is 5 dead and 13 missing, while Moscow claims 8 victims.

The Norwegian Institute of Seismology (NORSAR) took over An “explosion” originating from the Kakhovka Dam area in Ukraine before the moment of the collapse. This data does not originally attribute to the explosion, it supports the idea that the hydroelectric dam, located in a Russian-controlled area, did not collapse due to the damage it sustained during the previous months’ bombings.

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Ukrainian officials said in the evening that water levels in parts of southern Ukraine that were inundated after the destruction of the Kakhovka Dam had begun to fall. “35 settlements on the Right Bank are still flooded, 3,763 houses are flooded, but the water is gradually receding,” said Oleksandr Prokudin, head of the Kherson military department. As his counterpart in the Mykolaiv region, Vitaly Kem, said, “the water level has begun to fall.”


“There are very fierce battles going on, but we are seeing results,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr said last night. Zelensky, asserting that Kiev’s forces could gain ground in the Donetsk region, which is largely occupied by Russia. This was reported by the Kiev Independent.

“They continue to bomb Kherson and communities in the area already overrun by terrorists. They also bomb evacuation points, which is a manifestation of evil that perhaps no terrorist in the world has ever done, except the Russians.” This morning Zelensky added on his Telegram channel.

Over the past 24 hours, more than 40 fighting took place between Ukrainian and Russian forces in the Donetsk region.In eastern Ukraine: This was announced by the General Staff of the Kiev Army in its daily report on the conflict. “The enemy continues to focus its main efforts in the directions of Liman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka and Marinka, and fierce fighting continues. Over the past 24 hours, 43 clashes occurred in these areas of the front,” the report stated.

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The situation is tense in all areas of the frontDeputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar wrote in Telegram, emphasizing that the Russians had failed to achieve their goals. The deputy minister commented, “The East is the epicenter” of the clashes. “The enemy continues to focus its main efforts in the directions Liman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka and Marinka, and fierce fighting continues – he adds -. In all directions the enemy conducts air, artillery and mortar attacks. But the enemy fails to achieve its goals. Our defenders repel the attacks.

Billion continues, “In the direction of Bakhmut, the enemy mobilizes reserves and tries to hold on to the positions. It tries to attack, but fails. Our defenders are currently engaged in actual combat in different areas of the Bakhmut sector.” He concluded, “The enemy is carrying out defensive operations in the Zaporizhia region to the south. Fighting in the positions continues.”

“Active fighting” has been going on since the early hours of the day in the Zaporozhye regionRussian occupation administration official Vladimir Rogov said. “Currently fighting has resumed in the Orekhev and Tokmak districts” on the current front line, Rogov wrote in Telegram. He did not provide further details, but according to Russian public television reporter Aleksandr Sladkov, who runs a Telegram channel with more than a million viewers, Russian and Ukrainian “artillery” is at work, with forces in Kiev saying it is on the offensive.

The Ukrainian military, in its daily bulletin published on Friday morning, made no mention of the fighting. “The enemy is still on the defensive,” the Ukrainian command simply wrote on Facebook about the situation on the front in the Zaporizhia region.

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According to the reports of Russian military bloggers, the Ukrainian army, during heavy fighting during the night, managed to capture the positions occupied by three Kremlin regiments in the Zaporizhia region. The fiercest battles began at three o’clock in the morning
Near Novodanilovka, Gray Zone reported on Telegram, Kiev forces occupied the outpost positions of the 291st Rifle Regiment, 70th Regiment, and 42nd Rifle Division in the Military District of Southern Russia.

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And for now The Ukrainian Air Force announced that its air defense destroyed 10 drones and 4 Russian X-101 / X-55 cruise missiles last night.Noting that the Russian forces launched up to 16 drones and six cruise missiles at the country. This was reported by Rbc-Ukraine.

In particular, the Russian military carried out a missile attack on the community of Zvyahil in the Zhitomir region of northern Ukraine, killing one person and wounding several others. This morning was reported by the Ukrinform agency, citing local authorities.

“Following another enemy missile attack, a residential area in the private sector of our community was bombed on the night of June 9th. According to initial reports, six buildings were destroyed and dozens damaged. Unfortunately, one person was killed. There are also wounded who are receiving all necessary assistance.” Zvihel city council statement posted on Facebook.

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