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  • Kyiv and Moscow still blame each other for the new strikes on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

    Volodymyr Zelensky notably called on the world to "react immediately" to drive out "the Russian occupants" from the plant.

  • Trying to whistle the end of recess, the IAEA indicated that “the hour is serious” even if no leak is yet recorded.

    For its part, Washington indicates that it wants to set up a demilitarized zone around the plant, which would return to Ukrainian hands.

  • Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited a separatist region in eastern Ukraine on Thursday evening.

    He spoke with pro-Russian leaders of Lugansk and Donetsk regions.




War in Ukraine: Zaporozhye under the bombs and Latvia does not mince its words

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7:26 a.m .: Zelensky calls on the world to “respond immediately”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Thursday called on the international community to "react immediately" to remove the Russians from the occupied Zaporozhye nuclear power plant and target of bombings.

"The whole world must react immediately to drive out the occupants of the Zaporozhye power plant," the largest in Europe located in southern Ukraine and occupied by Russian troops since March 4, said the Ukrainian president in his daily video address.

"Only the total withdrawal of the Russians and the resumption of full control of Ukraine over the plant would guarantee nuclear security for all of Europe", he added, denouncing "Russian nuclear blackmail".

7:22 a.m .: “The hour is serious”, says the head of the IAEA to the UN

“The situation is serious,” the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) told the UN Security Council on Thursday, demanding access to the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant that Moscow and kyiv accuse each other of having bombed.

"The situation is serious and the IAEA must be authorized to carry out its mission in Zaporozhye as quickly as possible", declared Rafael Grossi, speaking on video during this emergency meeting of the Security Council.

"Time is running out," he insisted, as the IAEA has been trying for weeks to send a mission to inspect the plant, a mission that kyiv and Moscow accuse each other of holding back.

7:15 a.m.: Where did we stop?

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War in Ukraine: No radioactive leak detected after strikes on Zaporozhye

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War in Ukraine: Zaporozhye under the bombs and Latvia does not mince its words

Hello everyone, welcome to this new live dedicated to the war in Ukraine.

Visit of a former Russian leader, strikes on a nuclear power plant, diplomatic declarations or even international sanctions, you will know everything about the conflict which is ravaging the candidate country for the European Union.

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