Europe in Danger of being Wiped Out As Russia Attacked Ukraine’s Nuclear Plant – Zelensky

by Fatai Alimi
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The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, has called the attention of the world leaders to the grave danger of Russian’s attack of the Ukraine’s Nuclear plants, noting that the explosion of one of the nuclear reactors may wipe out the entire Europe.

Zelensky stated this in the early hours of Friday, raising alarm that the decision of Russia to start the bombardment of its Nuclear power plant could trigger an unimaginable disaster that would put everyone in problem.

The Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been reported to be under heavy attack and bombing by the Russian troops on the early hours of Friday. The power plant is the largest in the whole of Ukraine and has six nuclear energy reactors. The attack reportedly led to a fire outbreak at a training building of the power plant at about 2:30 a.m

While the fire was on, Russian soldiers were said to have initially prevented Ukrainian firefighters from gaining access to extinguish the fire. However, the troops later allowed them to put out the fire and stopped all attacks around the area.

In a swift reaction to the Nuclear plant attack, Zelensky said, in a facebook post, that Russian troops deliberately attacked the power plant, accusing them of being the first people to have attacked a nuclear power plant in the whole wide world.

Therefore, the Ukraine president called for timely intervention of the world leaders before Russia’s attack on the nuclear power plant leads to a nuclear disaster. Zelensky warned that if any of fifteen Ukraine’s nuclear reactors is blown up, it would simply mean the end of everyone. 

In his world:

“There are 15 nuclear reactors in Ukraine. If one of them blows, that’s the end for everyone, that’s the end of Europe.”


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