In the Korabelny district of Kherson, water rose by 3.5 meters and flooded more than a thousand houses as a result of the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station on June 6.
This was stated by Deputy Head of the President's Office Oleksiy Kuleba.
He told where the most difficult situation is after the terrorist attack at the Kakhovka HPP.
"The most difficult situation is in the Korabelny district of Kherson. As of now, the water has risen by 3.5 meters. More than a thousand houses were flooded," Kuleba said.
He noted that evacuation points have food packages and drinking water. Social services work.
"It is important that all people living in the territory controlled by Ukraine are provided with drinking water and food," Kuleba added.
Housing for victims of the disaster is provided. Cash payments on the ground are also organized.
According to the Office of the President, for the safety of people in the region, electricity and gas supply are partially cut off.
"In Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia and Mykolaiv regions, the situation is stable. There is and will be water in the regions," Kuleba stressed.
Recall, the Ministry of Agrarian Policy of Ukraine has already reported on the consequences of the explosion of the Kakhovka HPP.
Earlier, the President of Ukraine made a statement on the blowing up of hydroelectric power plants: "Environmental tragedy by the hands of Russian terrorists."
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