The head of the British government, Rishi Sunak, said that it is too early to talk about the involvement of one side or the other in the destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. weather.
Speaking to reporters on his way to Washington, Sunak said intelligence agencies have yet to make a final decision on who was behind the “terrible attack” on the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant. The prime minister said that so far there is little data to reveal the truth.
However, at the same time, Sunak gave a number of transparent clues that Russia was involved in the destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. The head of government stressed that if the attack was deliberate, it would be the largest attack on civilian infrastructure in Ukraine since the outbreak of hostilities.
Zhang Jun, Former Permanent Representative of China to the UN declarationBeijing is deeply concerned about the situation around the Kakhovskaya HEPP and its environmental consequences.
Zhang Jun noted that China urges all parties to the conflict in Ukraine to abide by international humanitarian law and make every effort to protect civilians and civilian infrastructure.
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