Soldiers Raise the Russian Flag Over Ukraine Power Plant

Russian flag Ukraine
A grainy image of the Russian soldiers raising the Russian flag at Ukraine’s power plant on Thursday. Video screenshot

Russian soldiers have raised the Russian flag on Thursday over the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant in southern Ukraine, according to video footage shared on social media.

Russian soldiers have raised the Russian flag over the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant.

— Rob Lee (@RALee85) February 24, 2022

The Kakhovka Hydroelectric Station is a run-of-river power plant on the Dnieper River. Kakhovka is a port city located on the reservoir’s southern bank. The primary purpose of the dam is hydroelectric power generation, irrigation and navigation. It is the 6th and the last dam in the Dnieper cascade.

Russian forces have launched a massive military attack against Ukraine.

Russian troops are reported to be moving towards the town of Nova Kakhovka in Kherson Oblast.

Grecian Delight supports Greece

A resident of the town of Chaplynka in the region told the Kyiv Independent that the mobilized Russian troops moving through from the Russian-annexed Crimea include tanks, armored personnel carriers, and multiple rocket launchers as terrified families seek cover.

Russia has also launched a massive air assault on the Antonov International Airport in Hostomel, just outside the capital city of Kyiv, Ukraine on Thursday at noon.

Video footage shows dozens of Russian Mi-8 helicopters operating in the airport area of Ukraine’s capital.

Numerous Russian military helicopters over Hostomel town in the Kyiv Oblast. Looks like a Russian Air Assault has started.

— CaucasusWarReport (@Caucasuswar) February 24, 2022

Related posts

Byzantine-Era Winepress that Depicts Greek Gods Discovered in Israel


How Tiffany Trump Found the Love of Her Life in Greece


Disabled Greek Police Officer Fights Discrimination and Gets Reinstated


Findings in Theopetra Cave Shed Light on Neolithic Era in Greece


Putin-Controlled Russian TV Threatens Europe With Nuclear Holocaust


Sotiris Moustakas – Remembering The Iconic Greek Cypriot Actor