In the Dnipropetrovsk region, near Nikopol, Ukrainians planted potatoes at the bottom of the dried Kakhovka reservoir, which was blown up by Russian invaders in early June.
The video was published on the Web.
The Kakhovka reservoir was completely shallow for more than a month after the invaders blew up the hydroelectric power station. At the moment, its bottom is a huge desert. However, Ukrainians once again proved that we cannot be broken.
On June 6, Russian troops blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric station, which they captured in the fall of 2022. Dnieper water from the reservoir flooded a number of settlements, which caused great damage to the population and ecology of the region.
To recap, Ukrhydroenergo told how much time and money is needed to build a new hydroelectric station instead of Kakhovka.
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