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Zaporizhzhia, the alarm around the nuclear power plant remains high


Medvedev attacks Kiev and the West, they prepare another Chernobyl. Meanwhile Zelensky talks to Pope Bergoglio (ANSA)

Russia is ready to contribute to the organization of a visit by the experts of the International Atomic Energy Agency (Aiea) to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant: the permanent representative of Russia to international organizations in Vienna wrote yesterday on Telegram. Mikhail Ulyanov, according to Interfax reports.

In the meantime, however, the employees of the plant continue to work with the weapons of the Russian soldiers aimed at, in the chronic fear of a nuclear disaster and in a situation of constant stress: the BBC writes in an article published today, while the exchange of accusations between Kiev and Moscow on the attacks on the largest plant in Europe.

And former president of Russia Dmitry Medvedev accuses Ukrainians of attacking the plant.

currently deputy head of the National Security Council, he said that "rockets and (Ukrainian) artillery shells are falling closer and closer to the power plant's reactors and deposits of radioactive isotopes".

According to the former president, the accusations that Russian forces are bombing near the plant are "one hundred percent nonsense" and "not even the UN believes it".

"Those pieces of ... in Kiev and their Western supporters seem ready to create another Chernobyl," he writes.

And while he attacks Zelensky by stating that, according to him, in the future of the Ukrainian president there are "either a court or again secondary roles in comedy shows", as reported by the Tass agency, he, Zelensky, spoke with Pope Bergoglio.

"I updated it on

Russia's aggression against Ukraine - he writes on Twitter - of its horrific crimes.

I am grateful to the pontiff for his prayers for Ukraine.

Our people need the support of world spiritual leaders who should convey to the world the truth about the acts of horror committed by the aggressor in Ukraine. "

"During today's meeting of the United Nations Security Council (yesterday, ed), IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi explained in detail why an international mission visit to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant is urgently needed. Russia has immediately confirmed his willingness to provide assistance in organizing this mission, "wrote Ulyanov.

Filo-Russi, Kiev bomb 10 meters from Zaporizhzhia depot

An artillery shell fired by Ukrainian forces struck just ten meters from a depleted nuclear fuel depot at the Zaporizhzhia power plant in southern Ukraine controlled by Russian forces .

This was stated by Vladimir Rogov, a member of the civil-military authority of the part of the region occupied by the forces of Moscow.

According to Rogov, who was speaking on Rossiya-24 television, filmed by Tass, the incident took place yesterday.

Source: ansa

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