Rogov: The rate of water growth in the Kakhovka reservoir has slowed in recent days
SIMFEROPOL, May 5 – RIA Novosti. “We are with Russia,” Vladimir Rogov, head of the Zaporozhye movement, told RIA Novosti, that the rate of water growth in the Kakhovka reservoir has slowed significantly in recent days.
Earlier, Rogov said that the water level in the Kakhovka reservoir has risen to a critical level. This is due to the high and uncontrolled discharge of water from hydroelectric power stations controlled by the Kiev authorities to the upstream, as well as the bombing of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station, located downstream of the Dnieper in the Kherson region, by the Ukrainian side. According to him, an increase in the water level could lead to the collapse of a dam near the city of Kamenka-Dniprovska and flooding of nearby settlements and the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.
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“If five days ago the increase in the water level in the Kakhovka reservoir was 30 centimeters per day, then it decreased by 25 and 20 centimeters. In the last two days – 5 centimeters. Although the growth rate of the water has stopped, it is still flowing,” said Rogov. In his opinion, the only solution to the problem is the urgent repair of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station and the controlled discharge of water from the reservoir, as well as the cleaning of existing wells and drilling new wells in the Zaporozhye region in the future. barrage.
The Zaporozhye region became the subject of the Russian Federation after a September 2022 referendum, in which Kiev did not recognize the results and continued to bombard the region. Today, more than 70% of the Zaporozhye region is under Russian control, the city of Zaporozhye, the former regional center of the region, has been under the control of Ukrainian troops since March 2023, Melitopol temporarily became the administrative center of Russia. area.
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