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Russia Ukraine War : Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned of near-term radiation catastrophe at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant. He said that due to the shelling by Russian forces here, the reactor operating at the plant had to be shut down.

At the same time, the United Nations Nuclear Monitoring Team (IAEA) has demanded a security zone around the nuclear plant after assessing the situation in the area. Both Ukraine and Russia have already accused each other of the bombings around the plant, calling it extremely dangerous.

The plant was taken over by Russia soon after its February 24 attack on Ukraine, and is currently housed by Ukrainian workers. State-run Energotom has said that the power unit (reactor) number-6 has been unloaded and disconnected from the grid. This was the last unit out of six reactors installed in the plant which has been shut down.

Fear of nuclear catastrophe due to more firepower
The power cut at the Zaporizhia nuclear plant was the second time in two weeks. While Kyiv accused Moscow of pushing the region to the brink of nuclear devastation, Russia is currently awaiting the report of the IAEA team to the United Nations Security Council. Both countries are accusing each other of nuclear devastation in the region. On the other hand, Zelensky said that Russia will not care what the IAEA says, it will continue with major attacks here. He said, more shelling will increase the possibility of nuclear fear in the area.

3 killed in Russian missile attack on Kharkiv
Three people, including an elderly woman, have been killed in the Kharkiv region in a Russian missile attack. The governor of the region, Oleh Sinyhubov, confirmed this on the Telegram app. A two-storey building in the industrial district was damaged and a private residential building was also damaged, he said. A 73-year-old woman living in it has died. Apart from this, two other people have also died in Russian shelling in the village of Zolochiv in the north of Kharkiv.

Russia’s preparation: Will buy rockets, cannon balls from North Korea
The Russian Defense Ministry is preparing to buy millions of rockets and artillery shells from North Korea for the ongoing war in Ukraine. According to a US intelligence report, Russia’s move to isolated North Korea indicates that the Russian military is facing supply shortages in Ukraine due to export restrictions and sanctions. The US intelligence official did not say how many weapons Russia wants to buy from North Korea. Earlier, North Korea had also shown interest in sending laborers to help rebuild Russian-held areas in the country’s east.

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Russia Ukraine War : Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned of near-term radiation catastrophe at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant. He said that due to the shelling by Russian forces here, the reactor operating at the plant had to be shut down.

At the same time, the United Nations Nuclear Monitoring Team (IAEA) has demanded a security zone around the nuclear plant after assessing the situation in the area. Both Ukraine and Russia have already accused each other of the bombings around the plant, calling it extremely dangerous.

Let us tell you that this plant was taken over by Russia soon after the attack on Ukraine on 24 February and Ukrainian workers are currently working here. State-run Energotom has said that the power unit (reactor) number-6 has been unloaded and disconnected from the grid. This was the last unit out of six reactors installed in the plant which has been shut down.

Fear of nuclear catastrophe due to more firepower

The power cut at the Zaporizhia nuclear plant was the second time in two weeks. While Kyiv accused Moscow of pushing the region to the brink of nuclear devastation, Russia is currently awaiting the report of the IAEA team to the United Nations Security Council. Both countries are accusing each other of nuclear devastation in the region. On the other hand, Zelensky said that Russia will not care what the IAEA says, it will continue with major attacks here. He said, more shelling will increase the possibility of nuclear fear in the area.

3 killed in Russian missile attack on Kharkiv

Three people, including an elderly woman, have been killed in the Kharkiv region in a Russian missile attack. The governor of the region, Oleh Sinyhubov, confirmed this on the Telegram app. A two-storey building in the industrial district was damaged and a private residential building was also damaged, he said. A 73-year-old woman living in it has died. Apart from this, two other people have also died in Russian shelling in the village of Zolochiv in the north of Kharkiv.

Russia’s preparation: Will buy rockets, cannon balls from North Korea

The Russian Defense Ministry is preparing to buy millions of rockets and artillery shells from North Korea for the ongoing war in Ukraine. According to a US intelligence report, Russia’s move to isolated North Korea indicates that the Russian military is facing supply shortages in Ukraine due to export restrictions and sanctions. The US intelligence official did not say how many weapons Russia wants to buy from North Korea. Earlier, North Korea had also shown interest in sending laborers to help rebuild Russian-held areas in the country’s east.

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