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Ukraine's military said Russian forces had blown up a large dam in southern Ukraine, while an official from Moscow in the town of Nova Kakhovka in the Russian-controlled part of Kherson region denied the claim.
The Soviet-era, 30-meter-tall dam was built in 1956 on the Dnipro River as part of the Kakhovka hydroelectric plant. Large-scale flooding is expected in the coming hours.
Ukraine's military administration has told people to be ready to evacuate some villages on the right bank of the Dnipro River because of the high risk of flooding.
"The water level is rising and anyone in the danger zone should: Turn off all electrical equipment; get documents and essentials; take care of loved ones and pets; follow the instructions of rescuers and police," the administration said on its Telegram messaging channel.
Russia's destruction of the dam confirms that Moscow's forces "must be expelled" from all of Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.
"Russian terrorists. The destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric dam only confirms to the whole world that they must be expelled from every corner of Ukrainian land ," he wrote on Twitter.