According to the mayorenercoder, The city where the plant is located said, “The situation is serious and the most worrying thing is that there is no expansion process”.
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Dangers surround the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine, where Moscow and Kyiv have blamed each other for more than a week of bombings. “Increasing every day”, promised the mayor of the city where it is located, Enerkoder, on Sunday August 14. Dmytro Orlov Condemned A “Total Nuclear Terrorism” of Russia, who “Can be unpredictable at any time”.
“Mortar fire is fired on the nuclear power plant every day and every night from the occupied villages”He further explained “The situation is very serious and the most worrying thing is that there is no escalation process”. Energodar, like the nuclear power plant Zaporijjia (the name of the region where it is located), has been occupied by Russian troops since early March. Loyal to Kiev, Dmytro Orlov took refuge in Zaporizhia, the largest city in the region, a few tens of kilometers away, which remained in Ukrainian hands. According to him, in the last 24 hours, the city of Energodar has started bombarding. “This has never happened before”. A civilian, a 45-year-old man, was killed on Sunday.
A series of bombings that the two sides blame on each other have targeted the plant since last week, raising fears of a nuclear holocaust and prompting a U.N. have provoked a meeting of the Security Council. On August 5, the first strikes hit a particularly high-voltage power line transformer, causing Europe’s largest nuclear power plant reactor no. 3 was automatically stopped and its emergency generators started.
Kyiv accused the Ukrainian military of using the Moscow plant as an attack base, unable to retaliate. On Saturday evening, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky condemned “The Russian Threat” Around the site.
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