Greta Thunberg said that Russia caused ecocide in southern Ukraine and should be punished for it.
Renowned Swedish eco-activist Greta Thunberg said the world should punish Russia for the ecocide it committed on the territory of Ukraine by blowing up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station. On Thursday, June 8, Greta Thunberg said Twitter.
“This ecocide, as a continuation of Russia’s senseless all-out invasion of Ukraine, is another atrocity that leaves the world speechless. Our eyes are once again on Russia, which must be held accountable for the crimes this,” he wrote.
It should be noted that in this way Thunberg responded to the post of Vladimir Zelensky, who appealed to more than 60 international political and public figures, among whom is a young Swedish eco-activist, with a call to punish Russia for ecocide.
It is known that the Russian military blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station, destroying the engine room and the dam, which led to flooding on the left and right banks of the Dnieper in the Kherson region, human and animal casualties, and the loss of cultural heritage.
The Kakhovskaya HPP was completely destroyed and cannot be restored. Ukraine opened a case under the ecocide article due to the explosion of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station.
Seven countries have provided humanitarian assistance to Ukraine in connection with the explosion of a hydroelectric power station
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