Russian forces fired at Europe’s largest Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant

Russia’s war against Ukraine

On 3 and 4 March, Russian forces fired at a nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine’s city of Enerhodar. A fire broke out as the result of attack at the Europe’s largest Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant. It was put out at 6:20 a.m. Kyiv time. Earlier, Russian tanks and infantry had entered the town next to the plant. The town’s mayor, Dmytro Orlov, also reported that fierce fighting between Russian and Ukrainian soldiers had been raging on the approaches to the plant.

The International Atomic Energy Agency reported that the Ukraine regulator has not detected a change in radiation levels at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant site, following a fire that broke out at the plant as the result of Russian attack in the city of Enerhodar early on March 4.

This war crime clearly shows how Putin demands that the battle of conquest be fought relentlessly.

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