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Putin ‘plans nuclear radioactive leak’ to defer Ukraine’s counteroffensive, says Kyiv

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India Today World Desk

By India Today World Desk: Ukraine’s defence intelligence has claimed Russia is plotting a “large-scale provocation” at a nuclear vitality plant beneath its administration in Zaporizhzhia. Kyiv talked about that the Kremlin was aiming to disrupt Ukraine’s counteroffensive and that the Russian forces will strike the unit throughout the southeast of Ukraine, a very powerful nuclear vitality station in Europe.

This comes two days after a excessive ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin talked about the Ukraine battle could closing for a few years.

A press launch issued by the Kyiv navy intelligence flagged that Russia will assault the unit after which report a radioactive leak in an effort to set off a world probe that may halt the hostilities, paving time for the Kremlin fighters to regroup.

Backing its declare, Ukraine has talked about that Russia “disrupted the rotation of personnel of the permanent monitoring mission” of the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that was scheduled for Saturday. Though Kyiv has not provided any shred of proof to cement the declare.

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Meanwhile, the White House talked about it had been monitoring the persevering with battle intently and that no indication of radioactive supplies has been leaked. Secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defence Council, Oleksiy Danilov, instructed the BBC that Moscow is bracing for a looming counteroffensive by Kyiv’s forces, which can begin “tomorrow, the day after tomorrow or in a week”. He moreover talked about that Kyiv had no “right to make a mistake” and it was an opportunity Ukraine could not “lose”.


Among the ten biggest nuclear vitality crops globally, the Zaporizhzhia unit has six reactors which have been shut down for months. The unit requires knowledgeable staff and passable vitality to operate important cooling applications or another safety measure.

Echoing fears akin to the catastrophic losses similar to the one in Ukraine’s Chernobyl in 1986, Russia’s alleged motive in Zaporizhzhia has fuelled comparable fears, coupled with frequent vitality cuts and a doable disaster throughout the partially occupied space.

In 1986, a reactor exploded and launched lethal radiation and contaminated an unlimited area. And for a protracted interval.


At least one specific individual was killed and three have been injured in Russia’s night time time air raid on Kyiv with the defence applications downing on the very least 20 drones shifting in route of the capital, metropolis officers talked about early on Sunday.

Falling drone particles on a gasoline station killed a 41-year-old man throughout the metropolis’s Solomyanskyi district, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko talked about.

“Air defence forces have already destroyed more than 20 UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) moving towards Kyiv,” Klitschko talked about on the Telegram messaging channel. “But a new wave of drones is coming to the capital. Stay in shelters.”

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