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Now how will Ukraine deal with floods, dam broken in attack, Russia blamed



Kyiv. The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for more than a year. But its result has not yet come out and the war has not stopped either. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian government accused Russia of destroying its huge dam. Ukraine said that due to the breach of the dam, flood waters spilled into the war zone. Meanwhile, 24 hours before the Dnipro basin flooded on Tuesday, Ukraine was preparing for a counterattack. The Ukrainian people saw this as a good opportunity to give an appropriate response to Russia. But Russia’s attack hit Ukraine again.

Russia claims to have foiled the attack
According to Bloomberg’s report, US President Joe Biden pointed the finger in response to a question about the prospects for the Ukrainian campaign just hours ago. Meanwhile, Russia claimed without evidence that it had repelled a major armored offensive in the eastern Donbass region. But the Kremlin had to reject a bogus address to the nation from President Vladimir Putin in which he allegedly called on Russians to rally against invading Ukraine in the wake of cross-border attacks in recent days.

Mutually accused of attacking the dam
Ukraine accused Russia that the dam was destroyed during the Russian attack. At the same time, Russia claims that the dam exploded due to shelling by soldiers from kyiv. A Western official said Tuesday that intelligence agencies of Ukraine’s allies, including the United States, are still assessing who is responsible, but are leaning toward Russia.

Russia’s motive for blowing up the dam was still being assessed, but it appears to have made it difficult for Ukraine to cross a river downstream while facing Kiev a vital humanitarian threat. “The attack on the dam happened at 2:50 a.m. in the middle of the night and will have no impact on military operations, and we will retaliate,” Ihor Zhovkva, deputy chief of staff to the Ukrainian president, said during a briefing. telephone interview.

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