Russia-Ukraine War: The situation is getting worse as the Russia-Ukraine war continues. Amidst these circumstances, Russia had recently blown up Kakhovka, a giant dam built on the Dnieper River in Kherson province of Ukraine. After which a humanitarian crisis has arisen in front of a large population in this province of Ukraine. After which a large area has been submerged in a terrible flood. Lakhs of people surrounded by flood waters are facing a crisis of food items and drinking water. Many people are missing and bodies are floating in the water everywhere. In this terrible situation, the high officials of the UN have informed the countries of the world. Where Ukraine has blamed Russia for this incident, Russia has denied having any hand in this incident.
UN officials took stock
A UN team arrived to take stock of the flood-ravaged Ukraine. Which was headed by Undersecretary Martin Griffith. He said that the condition of Ukraine has worsened due to the collapse of the hydraulic dam. There is no water to drink in front of about 7 lakh people. Thousands of houses, farm barns have been destroyed. Said in an interview that “this is a viral problem” this is just the beginning of the devastation. The biggest danger due to the breaking of the dam is that a nuclear plant located near it is in its grip. The UN fears that along with the devastation of this flood, there may be a danger of nuclear radiation not spreading. The UN says that through Ukrainian aid groups, aid has been provided to about 30,000 people.
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Ukrainian President inspected
The President of Ukraine has visited the flood-affected areas amid the situation arising out of the destruction of the dam. Let us inform that at present both the countries have control over the Dnieper river. Where the western bank of the Dnieper River is occupied by Ukraine, on the other hand, Russia has control over the lower parts of the eastern bank. Where is the most humanitarian crisis. Let us tell you that the sources of irrigation and fresh water necessary for Ukraine are only in Kherson province occupied by Russia. Which is under Russian occupation for the last one year.
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