War in Ukraine    Central Zaporizhia: "   is on the brink of nuclear catastrophe"warn Volody

War in Ukraine Central Zaporizhia: " is on the brink of nuclear catastrophe"warn Volody

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy tweeted on Thursday evening that “the world is on the brink of a nuclear catastrophe” due to the occupation of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant by Russian troops.

Tensions around the nuclear power plant continue to rise Zaporizhia. this thursday evening, Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that with the Russian army occupying the site, “the world is on the brink of nuclear catastrophe.”

“How long will it take for the world community to respond to Russia’s irresponsible actions and nuclear blackmail?” the Ukrainian president continued.

The world is on the brink of nuclear catastrophe due to the occupation of the world’s third largest nuclear power plant in Energodar, Zaporizhia Krai. How long will it take the world community to respond to Russia’s irresponsible actions and nuclear blackmail? https://t.co/lGHlhALMqV

— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) August 18, 2022

Russia and Ukraine accuse each other of bombing the nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, for several days. According to Kyiv, the Russian army used “heavy weapons” in and around the site, which Moscow refutes.

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For its part, Russia accuses Kyiv of preparing “a loud provocation” on the spotAntonio GuterresSecretary General ofU.N.She has been in Ukraine since Wednesday. According to Moscow, Ukrainian forces plan to fire on the facility, only to later accuse Russia of causing a nuclear accident.

Like Kyiv and its Western allies, Antonio Guterres advocates demilitarizing the area surrounding the nuclear power plant, which Moscow plans to use to its own advantage to power the Crimean peninsula annexed in 2014.

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