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Russian Forces have Taken Control of Europe’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant

Russia has seized control of Zaporozhye, Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant but also of Europe, after Russian forces shelled the plant, setting it on fire. The Ukrainian Nuclear Inspectorate inspected the nuclear power plant and found that although the facilities of the six reactors were damaged, their safety was not endangered.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT ALL SAFETY SYSTEMS OF THE SIX REACTORS AT THE PLANT WERE NOT AFFECTED AT ALL, AND NO RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL WAS RELEASED. THERE IS NO RELEASE OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, SAID THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, RAFAEL MARIANO GROSSI.

The attack on Zaporizhia has drawn sharp condemnation from all Western leaders who have accused Moscow of carrying out “nuclear terror” and endangering the security of the entire continent. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Russia wanted to create a new Chernobyl in Ukraine.

According to Zaporozhye employees, given to the Western media, the fire broke out in a training facility that was outside the nuclear plant, but was brought under control. The attack and the fire at the nuclear power plant killed three Ukrainian soldiers and injured two guards.

AT THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT, THE FOURTH POWER UNIT IS IN OPERATION AND OPERATING WITHOUT INTERRUPTION. THE THERMAL POWER PLANT BLOCKS ALSO WORK SMOOTHLY. THE FIRE IN THE TRAINING CENTER WAS EXTINGUISHED, SAYS THE MAYOR OF ENERHODAR, DMITRO ORLOV.

The attack on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is the result of a Russian offensive to take over Enerhodar, which generates a quarter of all electricity in Ukraine. According to Mayor Dmitro Orlov, fighting between the Ukrainian and Russian armies is taking place on the outskirts of the city, with volunteers from Enerhodar building barricades and guarding the nuclear power plant.

The situation for Ukrainians is critical along the entire Black Sea coast. Mariupol is surrounded and constantly bombed, there is no electricity and water in the city and local authorities warn that they are on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe. After the fall of Kherson yesterday, a large Russian fleet headed for Odessa, the largest Ukrainian port on the Black Sea, and only 130 km east of the land forces attacked the city of Mykolaiv.

In the north of the country, intense fighting is taking place around Kiev, Chernihiv, Kharkov, and the city of Sumy, which is the last besieged city by the Russian army.

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