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A Russian soldier standing guard in an area of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, May 1, 2022. — /AP/SIPA Refresh Show highlights only
- The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has denounced Sunday “deliberate and targeted firing” against the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, calling for “stop this madness.”.
- Russia and Ukraine have moved to again accused each other on Sunday of having bombed this nuclear power station militarily occupied by the Russian army. kyiv has further denied having executed several Russian soldiers who had been there.
- In his daily speech, Volodymyr Zelensky indicated that that nearly 400 Russian attacks took place in eastern Ukraine on Sunday alone. In the south of the country, at Kherson, which Ukrainian troops had recently recaptured, the inhabitants faced Russian bombardment after eight months of occupation.
7:35 a.m.: Paris hosts a support conference for Moldova
Collateral victim of the war in Ukraine, Moldova will be helped by the community; international. A conference is being held this Monday at; Paris. Moldova is facing power outages related to strikes on Ukrainian energy infrastructure.
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07:27: “The artillery duels continue, the fight continues” ;, to Kherson
Despite After the liberation of the city of Kherson, which had been in Russian hands for eight months, the fighting continued. The retreating Russian army continues to fight. bombard the city.
“I’s scared. The bombs are now falling every hour,” said Serguei Goudym, the busy chief engineer of the oil depot. to Assess the damage inflicted on its facilities.
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07:19: What battles to fight? coming for ukraine?
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06:38: …And that of the Ukrainians
For its part, the Ukrainian nuclear agency accused Russia for bombing the power plant. “This morning of November 20, 2022, at; Following numerous Russian bombardments, at least 12 strikes were carried out. recorded at the site of the Zaporozhe nuclear power plant,” Energoatom, accusing the Russians of “once again organizing nuclear blackmail and putting the whole world in danger.
06:34: The Russian version
For the Russian Ministry of Defence, “the kyiv regime does not cease provocations in order to create the threat of a catastrophe in the future. the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.” On Saturday and Sunday, Ukrainian forces fired more than twenty “large caliber shells” on the plant, says a press release; of the ministry.
These shells notably exploded; between energy blocks number 4 and 5 and aimed at the roof of a “special building” located to proximity of these blocks. This “special building” is home to a nuclear fuel depot, the company said. an official of the Russian electricity producer Nuclear Rosenergoatom, Renat Kartchaa.
Despite these bombings, “the level of radiation in the area of the plant remains in line with the guidelines. the norm”, stresses the Russian Defense Ministry.
06:20 am: Rafael Grossi furious
On Zaporozhe, “explosions took place at the site of this major nuclear power plant, which is completely unacceptable,” Sunday Rafael Grossi, in an interview with; BFM TV. “Whoever it is, this must stop immediately,” the head of the IAEA, insisting: “People who do çit know where’ they knock. It’s absolutely deliberate, focused.”.
06:15: Welcome to this new Live
Hello, all and to all. Like every day, the editorial staff of 20 Minutes is mobilized to give you the latest information on the conflict. On the ground, the situation of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is once again worrying. Russia and Ukraine have indeed again accused each other on Sunday of having bombed the occupied site militarily by the Russian army. For Rafael Grossi, director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), everything must be done to “stop this madness”.