# What is the reason that ice melts with increasing pressure at constant temperature (revelation)?

I've seen many explanations regarding this topic where they explain it in the sense of the anomalous expansion of water, but I actually want an answer where I can understand the different forces at play in the molecular level.

I've seen a paper where it is said that when the pressure is applied the h-bonds contract thus making them stronger but this also makes the covalent bond weaker which results in higher probability of the hydrogen to get separated from one of the two oxygen atoms which in turn decreases the energy required to break the bonds therefore lowering the melting point of ice. Is this explanation correct?