The First Consequences of the Technogenic Disaster in Ukraine 

by Meifan Honcharuk
Wednesday, June 7, 2023
The First Consequences of the Technogenic Disaster in Ukraine 

Botulism deceased because of chemicals and cadaveric poison, fields will turn into deserts, Zaporizhzhia NPP is in the zone of increased risk

Yesterday, on June 6, the Russians blew up the dam on the Kakhovka reservoir, presumably from within. Today, June 7, has already manifested clearly the consequences of the disaster, which could lead to mass deaths in the population of Ukraine. In the Dnipro region recorded a mass pestilence of fish. The fish died due to the destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station, also located in the village of Maryanske. People know that this fish can not be eaten, but under threat are areas that are flooded with water. Chemicals and pathogens of infectious diseases from cemeteries, toilets, and landfills could be in the city water because of the Russian terror attack.

In addition, the destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station by the Russians led to the deaths of animals and people (the number is currently unknown) and the evacuation of 17.000 people from the right bank of the Dnipro (under the control of Ukraine). These people were left without their homes/cars, and even clothes and other property. People (about 25.000) from the occupied, left bank of the Dnipro are trapped. The Russian army does not evacuate the population without a passport of the Russian Federation and takes boats for its needs.

The dam's destruction has already caused a water shortage and destroyed a unique landscape complex.

Further affected territories and seas expect contamination with toxic substances. The Black and Azov seas will get chemicals from hydroelectric power stations and bacteria from landfills and cemeteries. This poses a threat not only to Ukraine but also to other states near the Black Sea.

Also, according to the conclusions of the Center for strategic communications of Ukraine, Ukraine will lose 10.000 ha of agricultural land next year on the right bank of the Dnipro river: fields will turn into deserts due to a lack of water. The consequences of the disaster in the temporarily occupied territory will be even worst. This will disrupt global food security.

The occupied Zaporizhzhia NPP is again under threat. Currently, there is no immediate threat, but the nuclear facility was cooled by water from the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station.

Russia is a terrorist country that urgently needs to be isolated. Because what else is Moscow capable of? 

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