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Ukraine accuses Russia of plotting attack on nuclear plant

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Ukraine accuses Russia of plotting attack on nuclear plant

On February 24, 2022, the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine is about to complete 16 months. On the orders of Russian President Vladimir Putin, his army started a war by infiltrating Ukraine. Due to this war, there has been a huge loss of life and property in Ukraine.

To save lives, a large number of people left Ukraine and settled in other countries. Many cities in Ukraine have suffered heavy destruction due to this war. But despite this, due to the continuous international support, the Ukrainian army is still facing the Russian army in this war. But recently Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has made a big allegation on Russia.

Recently, the Ukrainian President has made a big allegation against Russia. Zelensky has said that a nuclear plant is also located in the part of the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia occupied by the Russian army. Zelensky has accused Russia that the Russian army is plotting to attack the Zaporizhia nuclear plant.

Kremlin denied the allegation

Zelensky’s allegation The Kremlin has outright denied this allegation of Ukrainian President Zelensky. After Zelensky’s allegation, a statement has come out from the Kremlin, and the Kremlin denied the allegation and called the conspiracy of the attack a lie. The Kremlin has made it clear that its military has no intention of attacking Ukraine’s Zaporizhia nuclear plant.

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