Russia's nuclear chief warns of possible 'nuclear accident' at Zaporizhzhia
Moscow and Kyiv have traded accusations of shelling the facility for months since Russian forces took control of it in March, shortly after invading Ukraine. Renewed shelling on Sunday triggered fresh fears of a possible disaster at the site.
Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant: Who Controls it and Why is it Important?
The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has six Soviet-designed VVER-1000 V-320 water-cooled and water-moderated reactors containing Uranium 235, which has a half-life of more than 700 million years
Kremlin says it is concerned by shelling of Zaporizhzhia power plant
MOSCOW - The Kremlin said on Monday it was concerned by renewed shelling of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant over the weekend and called on other countries to use their influence to help end attacks on Europe's largest nuclear power station. In a conference call with reporters, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov repeated Moscow's assertion that Kyiv was behind the attacks. Kyiv says
Russia, blaming Ukraine, says Zaporizhzhia plant at risk of nuclear accident
Russia said on Monday that shelling of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plantrisked unleashing a grave nuclear accident and repeated accusations, denied by Kyiv, that Ukrainian forces were to blame.
Shelling of Ukraine's nuclear plant poses nuke accident risk, says Russia
The power plant is under Russian control and became the target of heavy shelling on Saturday and Sunday, prompting a warning from the UN nuclear watchdog which said such attacks risked a major disaster.