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Russian army steals Ukraine’s biggest solar power plant: report

23.06.2022 14:30
Russian forces have dismantled and stolen Ukraine’s largest solar power plant near the south-central city of Tokmak, according to a Polish website.
Russian forces have dismantled and stolen Ukraines largest solar power plant near the south-central city of Tokmak, a Polish website reported on Thursday.
Russian forces have dismantled and stolen Ukraine’s largest solar power plant near the south-central city of Tokmak, a Polish website reported on Thursday.Photo: Pixabay

The theft was reported by Ukrainian diplomat Olexander Scherba, wpolityce.pl said on Thursday. 

Scherba said in a tweet, as quoted by wpolityce.pl, that Putin’s soldiers had dismantled and stolen the 96-hectare Tokmak Solar Energy plant.

According to locals, Russian troops spent a long time disassembling the solar panels, packing them up and taking them away, wpolityce.pl reported.  

Referring to widespread plunder by Russian soldiers in Ukraine, Scherba tweeted: “It’s not only toilets and washing machines. Russian Army dismantled and stole Ukraine’s largest solar power plant near Tokmak.”

He added: “#RussianLooters,” as cited by wpolityce.pl. 

Thursday is day 120 of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

(pm/gs)

Source: wpolityce.pl