Zaporizhzhia, “what happened to the power plant in Ukraine”. The new Aiea alarm

Zaporizhzhia, “what happened to the power plant in Ukraine”.  The new Aiea alarm

“Alarm in Zaporizhzhia: avoid the nuclear accident”. The IAEA, the United Nations Nuclear Energy Agency, revealed that the conditions of the Ukrainian nuclear power plant are “increasingly precarious” and it is urgent “to create an immediate safety zone around it to avoid a nuclear accident”.

The atomic plant, the largest in Europe, has been occupied by Russian soldiers since March and remains at the center of an area where the armies of Moscow and Ukraine have been fighting for months. The head of the nuclear energy agency in Kiev, Petro Kotin, denounced that Kremlin forces beat to death two employees at the facility and committed violence against dozens of other workers, gradually establishing a regime of harassment with “torture and beatings of employees”. , about 200 employees were arrested and a dozen are missing. Kotin then reiterated the call for the demilitarization of the area.

In the meantime, the invasion of Ukraine, intended by President Vladimir Putin, reached its 198th day and the Ukrainian resistance, thanks to the help of the West, in particular the US arms, gave way to a counter-offensive that in three days led to a withdrawal of enemy troops (the generals admitted that the situation is difficult, ed.) and the reconquest of important areas in the north and south of Ukraine.

Source: IL Tempo

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