According to him, the level of water rise in Nova Kakhovka decreased by 3 m and now stands at 7 m.

"In Alyoshki per day by 2 m (from 5 m to 3 m), in Hola Pristan - by 1 m (from 5 m to 4 m)," Saldo said.

According to PJSC RusHydro, the Dnieper will enter its usual course below the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station by June 16.

Earlier it became known that the number of residential buildings flooded due to a dam break at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station in the Kherson region increased to almost 22.3 thousand.

More than 6 thousand people were evacuated from the flooded territories of the Novokakhovka city, Alyoshkinsky and Holoprystansky municipal districts of the Kherson region.