In the Kherson region, power poles fell in the direction of Crimea |  News of Kharkiv and Ukraine

In the Kherson region, power poles fell in the direction of Crimea | News of Kharkiv and Ukraine

In the Kherson region, power poles leading from Kakhovka to Chaplynka, in the direction of the annexed Crimea, fell.

This was reported by regional council deputy Serhii Khlan, and also confirmed to us by the military civil administration, writes “Hromadske”.

According to him, yesterday, August 10, the occupiers announced that they would connect the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant to the Russian power system. And today, they say, the supports that lead from Kakhovka to Chaplynka (in the direction of Crimea) fell.

“I don’t know how the occupiers will explain it. “Perhaps due to metal fatigue, but they fell because we need it,” he said.

The head of “Energoatom” Petro Kotin stated that Ukraine can cut the power lines that the occupiers will use to reconnect the Zaporizhzhia NPP to Crimea.

“This will be the right decision from the point of view of Ukraine – to cut off the lines they are going to connect. I think our Armed Forces will be ready to do it if the need arises,” the official stressed.

Several warehouses and military positions of the Russian Federation were destroyed there last day. A large-scale fire broke out on the administrative border of Chongar, before which explosions were heard there.


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Fuente: atn.ua

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