The Armed Forces of Ukraine can counterattack through the parched Kakhovka reservoir. At the same time, Russia may consider the same scenario.
This was discussed in an exclusive interview with TSN.ua by military expert of the Ukrainian Institute for the Future Ivan Stupak.
"Anything can be. The rise of the water partially eased the situation of our military. Indeed, it is difficult for civilians, difficult for the environment, but from the point of view of military prospects, good conditions are opening up," Stupak said.
The Russians also see benefits for themselves, so, as the expert said, "they are now thinking very much about what to do about this situation."
"There are simply not enough people in all sectors of the front now," the expert added while commenting on the situation of the occupiers.
Recall that the Dnieper, meanwhile, returns to its course. However, the consequences of the explosion of the Kakhovka HPP are still being eliminated. Thus, water remains one of the urgent needs in the disaster zone after the Russians blew up the Kakhovka HPP. Both drinking and technical.
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