President Zelenskyy said the breached Kakhovka dam had restricted access to clean drinking water for "hundreds of thousands" and placed blame firmly at Moscow's feet. DW has the latest.
Ednews reports via DW that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the destruction of the Nova Kakhovka dam had restricted "hundreds of thousands of people" access to clean drinking water.
In a post on Twitter, he wrote that the evacuation was ongoing.
"We are working at all levels of state and local authorities to rescue as many people as possible from the flooded areas," Zelenskky wrote and again blamed Russia for the disaster.
"Russia must be held accountable for this deliberate crime against people, nature, and life itself," he wrote.