TASS, October 24. Ukraine is asking the UN and the EU to send a mission to the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant in order to bring its own and Western intelligence agents into the facility, Vladimir Rogov, the chairman of the ‘We Together with Russia movement’, told TASS on Monday.
"Who would such a mission consist of? Of delegates from the countries that support the Zelensky regime, arm it, encourage criminal actions," he said.
"Regarding monitoring missions and security zones, we are well aware that this is a tactic to plant their agents and agents of Western intelligence agencies to important strategic facilities and so on. I don't see the point [in the mission]," Rogov stressed.
On Thursday, Ukraine's president said in a video address to the European Council that Russia allegedly "threatens the Kakhovka hydroelectric plant and its dam." Vladimir Leontyev, head of the Novokahhovka district, told TASS that there was no point in Russia destroying the Kakhovka hydroelectric plant’s dam as only Ukraine would benefit from it. He recalled that the region has been hit by Ukrainian attacks on a daily basis over the past five months.
On Friday, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal said that Kiev had asked the UN and the EU to send an international monitoring mission to the Kakhovka hydropower plant in the near future.