Zelenski: A radioactive threat to Europe is growing, the likes of which did not even exist during the Cold War

Slovene daily newspaper Dnevnik reports: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on the West to introduce sanctions against the Russian nuclear industry because of the n*****r power plant in Zaporizhzhia.

Russia and Ukraine blame each other for the attacks on Europe’s largest n*****r power plant, which is controlled by Russian forces and staffed by Ukrainians.

Russia is abusing the power plant to intimidate people and blackmail the Ukrainian leadership and the whole world, Zelensky said in his speech.

He said that the Russian forces use the n*****r plant in the south of Ukraine as a fortress from which they shell the towns of Nikopol and Marhanez, which lie on the other bank of the Dnieper River.

He added that because of this, a “radioactive threat to Europe that did not exist even during the Cold War” is being strengthened. That’s why he called for tough measures against Russia.

On Saturday, the Ukrainian nuclear agency Energoatom shared a message on Telegram from a local leader from the city of Energodar, who called on residents to leave the streets of the place, which is located near the power plant. He added that he had received information about new provocations by Russian forces.

But pro-Russian officials in the occupied territories of the Zaporozhye region blamed Ukrainian forces for the shelling. “Energodar and the n*****r power plant in Zaporozhye are being shelled again by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s militia,” said Vladimir Rogov, a member of the pro-Russian local administration.

Kyiv and Moscow have traded accusations several times this month over shelling of the plant site, raising fears of a nuclear disaster and leading to an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council on the issue on Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities, who accuse Moscow of placing hundreds of soldiers and a weapons cache at the plant, have called for the establishment of a demilitarized zone around the plant.

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