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Russian bomb on Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant, only one mistake separates us from apocalypse, fear of catastrophe 10 times bigger than Chernobyl, Europe in panic

Russian bomb on Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant, only one mistake

Ukrainian presidential adviser Mikahilo Podolyak wrote a very clear message on Twitter. Europe, said Podolyak, "could only see this new day, because, miraculously, the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant did not explode." So the explosion of the largest nuclear power plant would cause a catastrophe "10 times bigger than Chernobyl". This explosion would wipe out Europe. The world's nuclear watchdog called yesterday for an immediate end to attacks near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine. Being hit by Russian bombing, it has caused the shutdown of one of the reactors and has signaled the real danger of a nuclear disaster. The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Mariano Grossi, said it was alarmed by reports of damage and called for a team of IAEA experts to be urgently allowed to visit the plant to assess and protect the site. "I am extremely concerned by the bombing of Europe's largest nuclear power plant, which highlights the very real risk of a nuclear disaster that could threaten public health and the environment in Ukraine and beyond," Grossi said in a statement. military that endangers the safety and security of the Zaporizhzya nuclear power plant is completely unacceptable and must be avoided at all costs," he added. Kiev has accused Russian forces of stockpiling heavy weaponry and launching attacks from the plant, which they seized in early March and still occupy. Moscow, meanwhile, has claimed that Ukrainian troops are targeting the complex. Shelling on Friday damaged a power line and forced one of the plant's reactors to shut down, according to Ukraine's state nuclear power operator Energoatom, which later said there was no damage to the reactors themselves and the radiation situation was normal.

Europe is alarmed

The European Union's top diplomat has sharply criticized Russia's military activities around the Zaporizhzya power plant and called for IAEA access. "This is a serious and irresponsible violation of nuclear safety rules and another example of Russia's disregard for international norms," ??said Josep Borrell, the EU's foreign policy chief. Some Western and Ukrainian officials believe that Russia now are using the giant nuclear facility as a bastion to protect their troops and launch attacks because they assume Kiev will not fire back and risk a crisis. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has accused Moscow of using the plant to defend its forces, while the British Ministry of Defense said in a recent security assessment that Russia's actions at the complex sabotage the security of its operations. Enerhodar's Ukrainian chairman, Dmytro Orlov, said in late July that Russian forces had been observed using heavy weapons near the plant because "they know very well that the Armed Forces of Ukraine will not respond to these attacks, as they can harm nuclear power." The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine warned that further attacks on the power plant could be catastrophic. "The possible consequences of hitting an operational reactor are equivalent to using an atomic bomb," the ministry said on Twitter. said in late July that Russian forces had been observed using heavy weapons near the plant because "they know very well that the Armed Forces of Ukraine will not respond to these attacks, as they could damage nuclear power." The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine warned that further attacks on the power plant could be catastrophic. "The possible consequences of hitting an operational reactor are equivalent to using an atomic bomb," the ministry said on Twitter. said in late July that Russian forces had been observed using heavy weapons near the plant because "they know very well that the Armed Forces of Ukraine will not respond to these attacks, as they could damage nuclear power." The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine warned that further attacks on the power plant could be catastrophic. "The possible consequences of hitting an operational reactor are equivalent to using an atomic bomb," the ministry said on Twitter.

Chernobyl, humanity's greatest disaster

The reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded in 1986, when Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union, causing a disaster that directly or indirectly affected nine million people, due to the release of radioactive materials into the atmosphere. The IAEA said in a statement that Ukraine had informed its staff at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant that they were facing "psychological pressure and moral exhaustion" when Russian military forces took control of the country a week ago.