All-night thriller consultations took place immediately after V. Zelensky’s terror speech yesterday in which he warned of a “terrorist strike” at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant.
According to the Russians, many European leaders including E. Macron contacted V. Zelensky. Discussions followed until the morning. Everything shows that we have reached para 5 of a “nuclear accident”. The Russians hint that Macron’s role – for now – was catalytic.
Indicative of the prevailing panic is the fact that Ukrainian citizens are leaving the region of Zaporizhia towards the border with Moldova.
The day before, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine published instructions for the population on what to do in case of receiving signals of radioactive contamination.
Earlier, the combat RBC troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine together with employees of the Ministry of Health conducted drills in the event of an accident at the Zaporizhzhya ZNPP nuclear power plant.
The Ukrainians have a ready plan to evacuate areas.
EU-Zelensky midnight consultations on the nuclear power plant!
Following the statement by Rosatom’s general manager’s adviser, a number of European leaders held overnight consultations with Zelensky on the situation at the Zaporizhia ZNPP nuclear power plant.
Yesterday, the Advisor to the General Director of Rosenergoatom Concern JSC Renat Karchaa, who oversees the ZNPP nuclear power plant, issued an official statement, warning that on the night of June 5, the Armed Forces of Ukraine will try to attack the nuclear power plant with kamikaze drones and weapons long range high precision. According to the Russian intelligence service, the Ukrainians intended to hit the station, including with the Tochka-U missile, filling its warhead with radioactive elements (“dirty bomb”).
As a result of the nuclear disaster, not only Zaporizhia will be affected but also other regions of Ukraine, Russia and countries such as Turkey, Poland, Black Sea states and Eastern Europe.
This warning was distributed through all available information channels, alerting the global community, the UN and the IAEA. It should be noted that Russia’s active information campaign has had consequences.
There were no incidents at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in the last 12 hours.
Karchaa told TASS today that on Wednesday evening, some European leaders, after Rosenergoatom’s statement, had intensive telephone conversations with Ukrainian President V. Zelensky
According to the information , throughout the night, very intensive consultations took place between European leaders and Zelensky.
The adviser to the head of Rosenergoatom added that the tension around the ZNPP will remain at least until the NATO summit, which will be held in Vilnius on July 11-12.
Diagelma Zelensky – Warned Macron about the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron of the “dangerous provocations” Russia is preparing for, according to him, at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which is under Russian occupation.
“I warned Emmanuel Macron that the occupying troops are preparing dangerous provocations at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant ,” Zelensky said in a statement after a telephone conversation with the French president.
“We agreed to keep the situation under maximum control, in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA),” he added.
Earlier in his speech V. Zelensky said:
“We now have information that the Russian military has placed explosive-like objects on the roof of several power units at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. Perhaps to simulate an explosion that will look like our own missile strike. Maybe they have some other script.
But in any case, the world sees – cannot help but see – that the only source of danger to the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant is Russia and no one else. Unfortunately, there was no timely and large-scale response to the terrorist attack on the Kakhovka hydroelectric station.
And this may incite the Kremlin to commit new evil. It is the responsibility of everyone in the world to stop it, no one can stand aside as radiation affects everyone.
The whole planet must understand that our common security against invaders depends on the attention paid by world public opinion to what the occupiers are doing at the nuclear power plant.”
Soon after, in a phone call between the two presidents, Macron expressed his support for Zelensky, who is calling for NATO to make clear commitments to his country during the alliance’s July 11-12 summit.
“The President of the Republic reiterated his desire for the summit to allow strengthening of ties between Ukraine and NATO and thus be an opportunity for allies to assure Ukraine of their long-term security support “, the French presidency underlined in a statement.
Zelensky has asked NATO to make “concrete” commitments regarding the prospect of Ukraine joining the Alliance after the end of the war. The allies are still looking for a common line regarding the security guarantees they are willing to offer to Kiev and the invitation to Ukraine to eventually join NATO. At the Vilnius summit, NATO hopes to hold the first meeting of the new NATO-Ukraine Council with Zelensky present.
Russia: “Measures are being taken at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant
The threat of some sort of Ukrainian sabotage at the Russian-controlled Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine is high and steps are being taken to counter it, Russia said today.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that the effects of such sabotage could be catastrophic.
Ukraine and Russia yesterday accused each other of planning an attack on Europe’s largest nuclear power plant.
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