kyiv and Moscow accused each other on Thursday of new bombings at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, the largest in Ukraine and Europe.
kyiv and Moscow accused each other on Thursday of new bombings at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, the largest in Ukraine and Europe, occupied by Russia, the Ukrainian operator referring to “five strikes” near a deposit of radioactive substances .
“Five new strikes were reported in the direct vicinity of a depot of radioactive substances,” said the Ukrainian state company Energoatom, accusing the Russian forces. A pro-Russian official, Vladimir Rogov, a member of the administration installed by Moscow in this occupied region of southern Ukraine, for his part questioned on Telegram “the fighters (of Ukrainian President Volodymyr) Zelensky”.
No radioactive leak was detected
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Tuesday that the situation was “volatile” at the Zaporizhia power plant was becoming “more and more dangerous day by day”. At the end of July, Ukraine accused Russia of storing heavy weapons and ammunition on the site of the nuclear power plant. When the plant was taken over in early March, the Russian army opened fire on buildings on the site, already raising the risk of a major nuclear accident.
No radioactive leak was detected. “At the moment, no contamination has been detected at the station and the level of radioactivity is normal,” said on Telegram Evguéni Balitski, head of the civil and military administration set up in this region of southern France. Russian-controlled Ukraine. kyiv and Moscow accuse each other of having carried out these bombardments.