Destruction of the Nova Dam in the Kherson region of Ukraine.


 Ukraine and Russia are accusing each other of destroying the Nova Dam in the Kherson region, which is close to a nuclear power plant. The Ukrainian army claims that Russian forces blew up the dam. The Southern Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces stated on its Facebook page on Tuesday that "the Russian occupation forces blew up the Kakhovka Dam... the extent of the damage, the speed and volume of water, and the potential flood areas have been clarified." Russian news agencies reported that the dam, which is under Russian control, was destroyed in shelling, while a Russian official claimed it was a terrorist attack by Ukraine.



Nova Kakhovka is a city in the Kherson region of Ukraine, located on the Dnieper River. It is known for its hydroelectric power station and reservoir. The city has a population of around 47,000 people and is an important industrial and transportation hub in the region.

The Nova Kakhovka Dam is a large hydroelectric dam located on the Dnieper River in the Kherson region of Ukraine. It was built in the 1950s and 1960s and is one of the largest dams in Europe. The dam provides electricity to the region and also helps to regulate water levels on the river for irrigation and navigation purposes. The reservoir created by the dam is a popular spot for fishing and water sports.


Saif Al-Hassan
By : Saif Al-Hassan
‏Saif Al-Hassan is professional journalist and editor scine 2000, graduated from the University of Damascus , Egypt in the Department of Journalism I write in several fields work - entertainment - sports - health - science ‏ SaifAlHassan@elalamimedia.com
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