Latvian President Egils Levits reacted to Russia regarding the incident in a statement on his Twitter account.
Stating that blowing up Hydroelectric Power Plants (HEPP) caused mass destruction and deaths, Levits said, “A temporary special court will hold Russia responsible. For the sake of all of us, Ukraine must win this war.” made its assessment.
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis, on his social media account, said: “Terrorists do not stop until they are stopped. They do not bargain with anything but power. They cause great disasters without regret. Again, for lasting peace in Europe, Ukraine must win both on the battlefield and in court. . Nothing else will work.” shared.
Estonian Foreign Minister Margus Tsahkna stated that they condemned Russia’s deliberate demolition of the HEPP in Ukraine and said, “This war crime will cause ecological destruction, enormous economic damage and displacement of thousands of people. War crimes perpetrators should be brought under special court immediately.” used the phrases.
Bombing and destruction of Kahovka Hydroelectric Power Plant
It was reported that Kahovka HEPP, located in the Kherson region of Ukraine but controlled by the Russians, was bombed and destroyed.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, on his social media account, “confirmed to the whole world that the Russians should be expelled from every corner of the Ukrainian lands by demolishing the Kahovka HEPP.” had made a statement.