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Stop this nuclear madness: UN energy chief impassionedly appeals to Russia and Ukraine to find peace as strikes at key power plants continue

  • UN condemned ‘targeted’ attacks on Zaporizhia plant as ‘playing with fire’
  • The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency called on Moscow and Kyiv to stop it
  • Diplomat Rafael Grossi said: “Whoever is behind this must stop immediately”
  • According to the United Nations, there were more than a dozen explosions at the site overnight over the weekend

The UN has condemned “targeted” attacks on Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine as “playing with fire”.

Rafael Grossi, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, called on both Kyiv and Moscow to “put an end to this madness” after the Russian-held Zaporizhia power plant was shelled.

The diplomat balked at blaming either side but said it was outrage that anyone could “consider a nuclear power plant a legitimate military target”.

“Whoever is behind this needs to stop immediately,” he added. “You are playing with fire.”

UN officials said there were more than a dozen explosions at the site overnight over the weekend, some of which were observed by a nuclear regulatory team.

A senior Ukrainian government official accused Russia of trying to force power cuts with strikes in Zaporizhia. Pictured: Russian President Vladimir Putin

Rafael Grossi (pictured), head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, urged both Kyiv and Moscow to

Rafael Grossi (pictured), head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, urged both Kyiv and Moscow to “put an end to this madness” after the Russian-held Zaporizhia power plant was shelled

Last night Ukraine called on NATO to protect its nuclear facilities from what it called Russian sabotage.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said at the military alliance’s parliamentary session in Madrid: “All our nations are interested in not having dangerous incidents at our nuclear facilities. We all need guaranteed protection against Russian sabotage in nuclear facilities.”

Kyiv and Moscow have blamed each other for the attacks on the power plant, which have sparked fears about the possibility of an incident just 300 miles from Chernobyl, the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster in 1986.

UN officials said there were over a dozen explosions at Europe's largest nuclear power plant (pictured Zaporizhia) over the weekend, some of which were observed by a nuclear regulatory team.

UN officials said there were over a dozen explosions at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant (pictured Zaporizhia) over the weekend, some of which were observed by a nuclear regulatory team.

Alexei Likhachev, head of Russia’s state-owned nuclear energy giant Rosatom, said last night: “The plant is at risk of a nuclear accident.”

A senior Ukrainian government official accused Russia of trying to force power cuts with strikes in Zaporizhia. Yuriy Sak told the BBC the attacks were a “genocidal campaign to freeze Ukrainians to death to deprive Ukrainians of power”.

Russia denies targeting civilians but admits targeting energy infrastructure.

  • The World Health Organization last night warned that this winter would be “life-threatening” for millions of Ukrainians after the country’s energy grid was attacked.

UN Energy Chief Passionately Pleads For Peace As Strikes Continue At A Key Power Plant In Ukraine – S Chronicles

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