New explosions in Energodar: there is a threat of an uncontrollable nuclear catastrophe – mayor’s office

Russian invaders continue to shell the largest nuclear power plant in Europe.

Россияне второй день обстреливают Запорожскую АЭС / фото "Енергоатома"
The Russians are shelling the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant for the second day / photo by Energoatom

On Saturday, August 6, in the temporarily occupied Energodar of the Zaporozhye region, new explosions thundered near the nuclear power plant.

Yana Dabizha, manager of the Energodar City Council, warned on the air of a nationwide telethon of a serious threat of an uncontrollable nuclear catastrophe.

“As long as mankind is afraid of Putin’s guided nuclear weapons, there is a risk every second in Energodar that an uncontrolled nuclear catastrophe will occur,” she said sharply.

According to the official, in the occupied city, Russian invaders continue to shell the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. Around 17:00 there were more explosions.

(C)UNIAN 2022


  1. I’m not qualified to comment on such matters, other than to say this NPP must be shut down and rendered safe from putinazi shelling.
    I’m sure that much sharper brains than mine are working on this now, to avert something terrible.
    RuZZians: the most evil creatures ever to inhabit this planet. Spawn of old Nick.

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    • I think there is no way to keep it safe.
      Too bad Amnesty is nowhere to be heard now.

      Also, why isn’t the EU and NATO drawing a red line? This can affect the entirety of Europe.

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      • I agree. But, the EU and NATO have been weak, slow and hesitant about mafia land’s aggression and crime spree from the get go. I doubt that this newest pending catastrophe will move them away from their comfortable position in any way.

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  2. Where is the UN about this? Where is the EU? Where is NATO? Where is PACE? Where is the OSCE? Where is AI?
    This huge NPP has a greater potential to contaminate large parts of this globe than Chernobyl!

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