Report on a nuclear power plant fire – NRK Urix – Foreign Documentary News

Report on a nuclear power plant fire - NRK Urix - Foreign Documentary News

The Ukrainian Foreign Minister warned that if the power plant exploded, it could be ten times worse than Chernobyl. Zaporizhia is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe.

Ukraine’s Energy Minister told RIA that the firefighters at the site did not have the opportunity to put out the fire because Russian soldiers shot at them.

The Ukrainian National Assembly also wrote on the Telegram messaging service that the nuclear power plant is on fire after coming under artillery fire.

From night to Friday, fierce battles continued at the nuclear power plant, BNO News reports on Twitter.

The fighting began Thursday afternoon at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine on the Dnipro River, about 220 km northeast of Kherson. captured by Russian forces on Wednesday.

the night before There were aircraft alarms in the areaand others

Tanks: Mayor Dmytro Orlov posted this photo of tanks in the town of Innerhodar on Thursday.

Photo: Telegram / Dmytro Orlov

In the town of Enerhodar, near Zaporizhia, Mayor Dmytro Orlov confirmed that water and electricity supplies are now back in the city after being disrupted for several hours as a result of the fighting.

The mayor said two civilians were injured. More than 50,000 people live in the city.

When Russian forces stormed the city with tanks earlier in the day, he warned residents to stay out of the streets.

Stay at home and stay away from windows. The mayor wrote in Telegram, DO NOT USE THE ELEVATOR!

zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

Nuclear power plant: Zaporizhia is located in southern Ukraine on the Dnipro River, 220 km northeast of Kherson, which Russia occupied on Wednesday.

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Minister, Anton Herashchenko, also said that Russia entered the city with tanks.

He claimed that Russian forces are trying to take control of the nuclear power plant.

He warns that skirmishes may hit the nuclear power plant.

Earlier on Thursday, the International Atomic Energy Agency called on Russia to immediately suspend all hostilities at Ukraine’s nuclear power plants.

Video images from the area show strong flames and smoke development in the city, but it is not known what is burning.

Roadblocks: civilian residents tried to stop the Russian vehicles.

On Wednesday, Ukrainian civilians tried to stop the Russian advance towards the nuclear power plant. Large roadblocks were erected along the access road to Zaporizhia.

On February 28, there were also matches in the area. Then Russia claimed to have captured the power plant, But Ukraine refused.

33 killed in Chernihiv

Burnt out cars in an apartment building after the latest bombing on March 3 in the city of Chernihiv, north of Kyiv.

Cars burned: Cars burned in an apartment building after a recent bombing on March 3 in the city of Chernihiv, north of Kyiv.

Photo: Roman Zakrevsky/Reuters

On Thursday, clashes took place in several places in Ukraine. The city’s emergency services said Thursday night that the death toll from a Russian bomb attack in Chernihiv has now risen to 33.

In addition, 18 people were injured.

Firefighters work in a bombed-out apartment building in the city of Chernihiv, north of Kyiv, on March 3.

Fire: Firefighters work in an apartment building that was blown up in the city of Chernihiv.

Photo: Roman Zakrevsky/Reuters

– Russian planes also attacked two schools in the city’s Staraya Podosevka district and private homes. Governor Vyacheslav Tsgauss wrote on Telegram on Thursday afternoon that rescue workers are working in the area.

Chernihiv is located about 120 kilometers northeast of the capital, Kyiv.

Agreement after talks

By 4 pm On Thursday afternoon, the negotiating delegations met From Ukraine and Russia in Belarus.

Ukraine demanded a ceasefire, and that Russia open humanitarian corridors so that civilians could get out of major cities.

On Thursday evening, Mikhailo Podoljak, a close advisor to President Volodymyr Zelensky, said that the talks did not lead to the results that the Ukrainian side had hoped for.

The second round of talks has ended. Unfortunately, Ukraine has not yet achieved the results that the country needs. Decisions were made only to organize humanitarian corridors, as stated in a statement from Podolyak, NTB writes.

Presidents speak to the people

At the same time that the talks were taking place, the two presidents spoke to the people.

President Zelensky reiterated today that he wants to talk to Vladimir Putin, who he believes is “the only way to stop the war.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at a press conference in Kyiv on March 3.  Western countries demanded more military aid to Ukraine.

Spokesperson: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at a press conference in Kyiv on March 3


In a televised address, Vladimir Putin once again claimed that they were fighting against the “neo-Nazis” in Ukraine, and that the country’s people were “threatened and brainwashed”.

“Russian soldiers are sacrificing their lives,” Putin said in the speech.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on a conference call with his Security Council on March 3.

Agrees with plan: Russian President Vladimir Putin on a conference call with his Security Council on March 3.

Photo: Andrei Gorshkov/AFP

Russia has recognized that the earliest 500 soldiers were killed during the invasion. During the speech, Putin promised to compensate the wounded soldiers and the families of the dead.

The Russian president said the war was “going according to plan”.

Here he sees a Russian fighter attacking

An animal guard carrying a fortress in Kyiv
Rocket falls at Kharkiv University
Residential area outside Kyiv hit by air strikes

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