Such a statement was made during the first episode of his new show Tucker on Twitter, posted on the social network of the same name, blocked in Russia.
Once the facts are known, there is much less mystery about what may have happened to the dam, Carlson said. “Any honest person will come to the conclusion that the Ukrainians most likely blew it up,” RIA Novosti quoted the journalist as saying.
The host added that the destruction of the hydroelectric power station may not be profitable for Ukraine, but “to a greater extent” harms Russia. kyiv has previously hatched plans to undermine this power plant, Carlson says.
Recall that on the night of Tuesday, June 5, the Armed Forces of Ukraine launched a series of attacks on the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. As a result, the upper part of the station was destroyed, the reservoir dam was not damaged. Unregulated discharge of water began. The authorities organized the evacuation of the civilian population from three districts: Novokahovsky, Golopristansky and Aleshkinsky. The city of Aleshki is almost completely flooded. In the city of Golaya Pristan, Kherson region, which is located southwest of the flooded Aleshki, the situation began to deteriorate. In Novaya Kakhovka, the center of which was also flooded, the water level began to slowly drop.