In the temporarily occupied Hola Prystan, there is still water on the streets, in some places its level reaches 70 cm. The Russians are not helping the local population to cope with the consequences of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant explosion.
This was reported by Oleksandr Tolokonnikov, a spokesman for the Kherson Regional Military Administration, during a telethon, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrinform.
"In Hola Prystan, there is still water on the streets, in some places even up to 70 cm. People complain about the stench. The Russians are not pumping out the water, they are not helping. The light temporarily appears and then disappears again. The occupiers do not respond to requests from affected households. Most likely, there may be bodies of people who died as a result of the flooding," Tolokonnikov said.
According to him, the invaders are actively setting up military hospitals on the left bank, as there are many wounded and infectious diseases.
He also noted that the rotation of the Russian military is taking place in the Genichesk community.
"New troops arrive and, as always, start their "work" by looting sanatoriums and boarding houses. They even have special warehouses in each community where they take the loot and sign for it," Tolokonnikov said.-
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 03/07/2023