The International Committee of the Red Cross confirmed that they are ready to transfer assistance to the residents of the areas affected by the catastrophe of the destruction of the Kakhovskaya station on both banks of the Dnieper.
“We are ready to respond on both banks of the river, especially from the operational bases in Odessa and Donetsk, and have confirmed to the authorities our offer to provide urgent assistance to flood victims, as well as long-term assistance in facilitating access to clean water,” Krasny said in a statement. Cross on Friday.
The committee also requested that assistance be transferred to areas where it does not have a work permit.
It is noteworthy that the Kherson region, part of which is controlled by Ukraine on the western bank of the Dnieper, is experiencing flooding after the destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric dam at dawn on Tuesday, June 6. Russia and Ukraine have exchanged accusations over the bombing of the station.