The blowing up of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station by Russians is a fundamentally new stage of Russian aggression.
This is how NSDC Secretary Oleksiy Danilov commented on the morning events.
According to Danilov, there was a complete and final dismantling of the entire false ideological Kremlin construction: "liberation of Ukraine", "fight against Nazis", "destruction of exclusively military facilities" and other purely propaganda and false theses.
"Russia has entered the stage of complete rejection of any nightingale-Simonyan's "fig leaves" and open declaration of its true goal – the destruction of Ukraine, the murder of Ukrainians, the destruction of the economy and life support structures of the population. In anticipation of the inevitability of the disappearance of Russia and Putin from history, fake masks are no longer needed," the NSDC Secretary said.
He also added that according to the results of the meeting of the National Security and Defense Council, "nothing and no one, not a single Russian will stop the liberation of Ukraine, whose time has come."
Blowing up the Kakhovka HPP
On the night of Tuesday, June 6, the Russian occupiers blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric station. In the Kherson region, the evacuation of the population began, and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy convened a meeting of the National Security and Defense Council.
Military expert Oleh Zhdanov believes that the Russian blowing up of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station is a man-made disaster, which can be classified as a terrorist act of enormous scale.
As a result of the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station by the occupiers in the occupied Crimea, problems with water supply have already begun, in particular, we are talking about Kerch.
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