Civilians and workers of nuclear power plants hinder Russian progress

The mayor of Ukraine, Dmitry, said: “(to the Russian military) statements of our position that the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant and the city are under safe protection. Residents will not allow them to step into the city,” he said. Orlov, according to the Unian bureau.

In a video in the middle, you can see hundreds of people on the road with Ukrainian flags, blocked by tires and vehicles.

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A resident of Bucha, Ukraine, looks like a wrecked armored car.  This Wednesday was the seventh day of the Russian invasion of the country.

A resident of Bucha, Ukraine, looks like a wrecked armored car. This Wednesday was the seventh day of the Russian invasion of the country.

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According to the head of the Electrodar administration, the nearest town, he met with the Russian army and then left to inform the command about the negotiations.

Read more: Day 7 of the occupation: Russian pressure on Kharkov and southern Ukraine

Andrey Tuz, spokesman for the press service of the Zaporozhye power plant, the mayor of its kind in Europe, reported that the factory workers, along with local residents, were blocking the way to the enemy.

This Wednesday is the seventh day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. By dropping paratroopers in Kharkov, Ukraine’s second largest city, the Russian army is intensifying its offensive in the south of the country.

Source: Ulti Mahora

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