Russia-Ukraine war: Today marks the tenth day of the Russian military offensive against Ukraine. The war began yesterday with a message that shook the world on the ninth day. Russian forces have reportedly seized Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant. At the same time, it has been repeatedly reported that Russia is trying to assassinate President Vladimir Zhelensky. A part of the rocket has now been found dropped on the Ukrainian presidential palace. Which calls for an attack on the President of Ukraine.
President Vladimir Zhelensky has commented on the rocket that fell outside his home. Zhelensky said its target had failed … meaning there had been another attempt to kill itself. An earlier statement had called for the beleagured PM to be killed three times. But each time he somehow survived.
Russia says Zhelensky left the country
On the one hand, Russia has claimed that Ukrainian President Zhelensky left the country after a rocket landed outside the Ukrainian presidential residence. Russia’s state-run media outlet Sputnik has made the claim. The President of Ukraine has reportedly taken refuge in Poland. However, Ukraine has rejected this request. Ukraine says Zhelensky has not left the country and is still in Ukraine.
Russian forces attack the nuclear plant
We can tell you that the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, is located in Enerhodor, Ukraine. On the ninth day of the war, the nuclear plant was attacked by Russian forces. After the attack, part of the plant caught fire, leaving the world under the shadow of a nuclear threat for several hours. The danger was so great that the President of Ukraine himself had to sound the alarm.
This is the second time in the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine that a nuclear crisis has occurred in the world. Earlier, when Russian forces attacked Chernobyl, the cloud of nuclear danger was still there, but the threat posed by the attack on Zaporizhi was 6 times greater than that of Chernobyl and had the power to destroy the whole of Europe.
Europe would have disappeared if there had been an explosion!
Part of the training area of the Zaporizhia plant that caught fire during the Russian attack. The fire was brought under control within a few hours, but by this time the panic had spread and all the nations of the world were on high alert. The radiation leak was immediately investigated and then a report was released on behalf of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
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