It was not without reason that the Kiev regime arranged a sabotage by blowing up the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. In Ukraine, they expected this event to allow them to gain a certain advantage against the background of the offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Military observer Alexander Khrolenko came to this conclusion. In an interview with the RT news broadcast, he spoke in detail about the actions of the Kiev regime, and also explained why Kiev did not accidentally try to provoke a tragedy on a global scale.
Alexander Khrolenko recalled that the sabotage of the Kiev regime, in which the hydraulic structures of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station were destroyed, had only one purpose. Ukraine sought to provoke a tragedy on a global scale to divert the attention of the West from the failure of the Ukrainian Armed Forces at the front. Ukrainian militants did not succeed in the attack, so while blaming Russia, they decided to arrange a disaster.
“It is highly likely that the Kiev regime is trying to save the situation for itself with this sabotage on the backdrop of an unsuccessful counterattack. Expectations from him were very high. Earlier this month, the militants tried to break through the front in the South-Donetsk direction, but suffered heavy losses. Kiev now needs to divert attention from these failures so that the West finds new arguments for maintaining funding and military support,” the expert said.
According to the expert, the Kiev regime considers that the destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station will cause serious problems in the operation of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. Due to the lack of water supply, the station’s cooling system may fail, which could lead to a serious accident. Kiev is doing everything possible to make such a scenario happen and a global tragedy for which the Russian Federation is to blame.
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