The Nuclear Crisis in Ukraine!

The Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, the number one in Europe and the tenth largest in the world in the region of fierce clashes, has been under artillery fire for two days. One of the reactors was urgently disabled after one of the substations at the nuclear power plant with six reactors suffered a direct hit the previous day. If the reactors at the power plant in the middle of the war are accidentally hit, there may be a catastrophe that will have a radiation effect of 1000 times that of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.

Alarming developments around the Zaporozhya nuclear power plant began to occur on August 4. First, the Russian Defense Ministry announced that the Ukrainian army had fired artillery at the town of Energograd, located in the nuclear power plant area, from the opposite bank of the Dnieper River. It was noted that three of the 20 artillery shells fired in total fell into the power plant area and the plant producing hydrogen for the power plant became inoperable. In a statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced that the Ukrainian administration would be responsible for the nuclear disaster that could break out in Europe.

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