Russia: This is what we bombed in the vicinity of Zaporizhia

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 Russia: This is what we bombed in the vicinity of Zaporizhia

Russia This is what we bombed in the vicinity of Zaporizhia
 Russia This is what we bombed in the vicinity of Zaporizhia



 


Moscow on Sunday confirmed Ukrainian reports that Russian forces had bombed sites near the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, but gave different details.


According to RIA Novosti, the Russian Defense Ministry said its fighter jets targeted the workshop of a factory owned by Motor Sich, which was repairing helicopters in the Zaporozhye region of southern Ukraine.


 Ukrainian forces are refueling in the Donbass region after Ukrainian officials accused Russia of bombing a civilian area opposite Europe's largest nuclear power plant, the Associated Press reported. According to the Associated Press, Nikopol region.


 This development comes amid fears that the fighting there could lead to the destruction of the station and radiation leaks. Related news The bombing of the area near the Zaporozhye station.. and the distribution of iodine tablets.


 The delegation of the Energy Agency visits Zaporozhye. What are the details? Ukrainian authorities began distributing iodine tablets last week to residents near the nuclear power plant in Zaporozhye to protect themselves from radiation that can cause health problems. 


Nuclear reactor cooling system in nuclear power plants has attracted a lot of attention. The systems require electricity to run, and the plant was temporarily shut down on Thursday as officials said this caused fire damage to distribution lines. Failure of the cooling system may cause a nuclear meltdown. 


The UN Atomic Energy Agency is trying to reach an agreement to send a team to inspect the plant and help protect it. Officials said preparations were underway for the visit, but they have not announced it yet. a program. Troops in Control Soon after the start of the war, Russia took control of the nuclear power plant at Zaporozhye and took control of the adjacent area on the left bank of the Dnieper River.