US News: nuclear power plant wired with explosives: Are Russian troops planning the nuclear catastrophe? According to the Saporischschja nuclear power plant, Russian soldiers are said to have wired with explosives. At the same time, Kyiv Moscow continues to accus

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Ein russischer Soldat bewacht einen Bereich des Kernkraftwerks Saporischschja. © dpa A Russian soldier guards an area of ​​the Saporischschja nuclear power plant. Russian troops are said to have wired energy units of the nuclear power plant in Saporischschja, in the southeast of Ukraine. As the Ukrainian Center for Strategic Communication and Information Security wrote on Twitter in the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy, the commander of the group stationed in the power plant, Major General Wassilev, explained that it was "ready to blow up the power plant at any time".

With regard to the nuclear power plant, he is said to have threatened that the "either Russian country or burned earth" will be. Wassiljew is said to have described his soldiers as a "liberator" and have given them to have to "honor" every difficult command.

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have Russian troops installed explosives in the nuclear power plant?

Andrij Jusow, representative of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, had also confirmed that he had received information that Russian troops had installed explosives in the energy units of the nuclear power plant. Jusow, who is also head of the Ukrainian military secret service, said, according to credible sources, the explosives in the nuclear power plant had been deposited in order to avert an expected Ukrainian counter -offensive in the region.

At the same time, the Russian government has once again accused the Ukrainian armed forces of shoting at the site of the Saporischschja nuclear facility. The Ministry of Defense in Moscow announced on Monday that a Ukrainian attack from the previous day had triggered an emergency shutdown of the power plant. The shelling was carried out by Marhanez on the opposite bank of the DNEPR.

after the shelling of nuclear power plant in Ukraine - IAEO warns of catastrophe

 after the shelling of nuclear power plant in Ukraine - IAEO warns of catastrophe Zurich, August 06 (Reuters) - The shelling of the Ukrainian nuclear power plant Saporischschja in the fights of Russian and Ukrainian troops alerts the international atomic energy organization. Iaeo General Director Rafael Grossi warned on Saturday of the danger of a nuclear disaster that could threaten public health and the environment in Ukraine and beyond. Given the events of Friday, he was "extremely concerned".

Kraftwerk For months

The spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Defense, Igor Konaschenkow, said that the Ukrainian attack had led to an increase in the amount of electricity and smoke development in the switchgear. Firefighters had deleted the fire and the employees had reduced the performance of the reactors five and six to 500 megawatts. The power plant, which has been occupied by Russian troops for months, was already under fire on Saturday evening. Both sides accused each other of being responsible for the attack.

The General Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, recently warned that the situation in the largest nuclear system in Europe was out of control. The type of company and the battles in the area were a danger to health and the environment.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskow asked the West to force Kyiv to set the attacks on the facility. "The shelling of the area of ​​the nuclear power plant by the Ukrainian armed forces is highly dangerous," said Peskow in a conference conference with reporters.

Military Secretary Head Juswo said: "We saw the Russian shelling of the Ukrainian nuclear power plant." If that is not true, Russia as a gesture of good will can hand over control of the power plant to an international commission and the IAEA, or even to the Ukrainian Military. Russia had already used a similar tactic in the occupation of the nuclear power plant in Chernobyl, he said. (Rnd)

Ukraine: Moscow denies having deployed "heavy weapons" to Zaporijia .
© Ed Jones / AFP The Russian army assured, Thursday, August 18, not having deployed "heavy weapons" in and around the Zaporijia nuclear power plant, under the control of Moscow in southern Ukraine and recently affected by strikes. “We emphasize that Russian troops have no heavy weapons within the power plant and in the neighboring areas. Only units ensuring security are there, "the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement.

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