In Kherson, which was flooded after Russian terrorists blew up the dam of the Kakhovka HPP, the most difficult situation is in the Korabelny district of the city. So far, more than 1800 houses have been flooded here.
This was reported on the evening of June 7 by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
"The rise in the water level in Kherson is still fixed, but the rate of rise has decreased," the report said.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs clarified that a total of 20 settlements were flooded on the right bank of the Dnieper in the Kherson region.
"Together, we managed to evacuate more than 1900 people, including 103 children," the ministry said
Nine evacuation points have been deployed in Kherson region. The services of the Ministry of Internal Affairs continue rescue operations.
Recall that in Mykolaiv during Wednesday, June 7, the water level in the Dnieper began to rise. In the lowest section of the beach in the Alluvium microdistrict, water approached public transport stops, dangerous dips form on the embankment.
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