While Russia and Ukraine blamed each other for the bombing of the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia, United Nations (UN) Secretary General Antonio Guterres demanded that military activities around the nuclear power plant be stopped immediately.
Russia and Ukraine accused each other of bombing the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia, with their consecutive statements today.
Vladimir Rogov, from the Moscow regional administration, claimed in a message shared on Telegram that the Ukrainian forces once again bombed the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.
Ukrainian nuclear agency Energoatom, on the other hand, claimed that Russia had hit the nuclear power plant.
CALL FROM UN: STOP IMMEDIATELY
United Nations ( UN ) Secretary General Antonio Guterres stated that he is deeply concerned about the situation around the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia and said, “I call on the Russian Federation and Ukrainian forces to immediately stop all military activities in the vicinity . “
Expressing that the tension is expected to decrease in the region where the nuclear power plant is located, Guterres said, “I call on the Russian Federation and Ukrainian forces to immediately stop all military activities in the vicinity of the facility and not to target the facility or its surroundings. The facility must not be used as part of any military operation. “Instead, there is an urgent need for a technical agreement on disarmament to ensure the security of the region . ”
APPLICATION FROM RUSSIA TO THE USA: US AID EXTENDS CONFLICT
On the other hand, after the US announced the 1 billion dollar aid package to Ukraine, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Ivan Nachaev made new statements.
Nachaev criticized the US aid package of 1 billion dollars to Ukraine and said, “Last August 8, the USA announced a 1 billion dollar aid package to Ukraine. Thus, the military aid provided by the US to Ukraine during Joe Biden’s presidency was 9 “It has increased to $ 0.8 billion, and to $ 11.8 billion since 2014. Such a policy does not help a solution, but prolongs conflicts,” he said.