At least 150 tonnes of lubricating oil has entered the Dnipro River following the sabotage of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant

At least 150 tonnes of lubricating oil has entered the Dnipro River following the sabotage of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant

There is a risk of a further leakage of over 300 tonnes

At least 150 tonnes of lubricating oil has entered the Dnipro River following the sabotage of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant

At least 150 tonnes of lubricating oil has entered the Dnipro River following the sabotage of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant.

This is reported on the President's Office website.

In addition, there is a risk of further leakage of more than 300 tonnes of oil.

The National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine (NSDC) has agreed on a set of international actions, including the convening of a United Nations Security Council meeting, appeals to international environmental organisations, and to the International Criminal Court, as such actions by the russians show clear signs of violating the Geneva Convention.

Background. Mind previously reported that russians had sabotaged the Kakhovka HPP. No civilian casualties have been reported so far.

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