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Y accused each other on Saturday of having attacked the nuclear power plant in the largest of occupied by troops of and object of repeated combats for a week.

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Reduce your presence on the streets of Energodar! We have received news of new provocations by the occupants” Russians, explained in Telegram the Ukrainian nuclear agency, Energoatomwhich published a message from a local leader in the city of energize (controlled by Kyiv) near which it is located Zaporizhia.

“According to the testimonies of the inhabitants, there are new bombardments in the direction of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant (…) The interval between the start and the fall of the shots is 3 to 5 seconds”, add in the message.

For their part, the occupation authorities installed by Russia in the southern areas of Ukraine they accused kyiv of being behind the attacks.

Energodar and Zaporizhia NPP come under fire from militants (of President Volodymyr) Zelensky”, stated on Telegram Vladimir Rogovmember of the pro-Russian military and civil administration.

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The shells fell “in areas located on the banks of the Dnieper and in the centralRogov said, leaving no casualties or damage.

Since last week, both countries have accused each other of being responsible for the bombings against the central Zaporizhiawhich raise fears of a nuclear catastrophe.

The first attack, which took place on August 5, damaged a high-voltage electrical transformer, causing caused the automatic shutdown of reactor No. 3 of the largest central Europe.

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The latest bombings date from this Thursday and caused damage to a pumping station and radiation sensors.

The Ukrainian authorities, with the support of their allies among the Western powers, call for the withdrawal of Russian troops from the area and that it be demilitarized, given what Zelensky qualifies for “Russian nuclear blackmail”.


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