Russia Masters Europe’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, Putin Floods Criticism

Bisnis.comJAKARTA – World leaders condemned Russia which was judged to be endangering the safety of the entire continent after his troops attacked the power plant nuclear (NPP) Zaporizhzhia di Ukraine and set off fires before they got over it.

Fire broke out in NPP Zaporizhzhia, which is the largest nuclear power plant on the European continent, is located in Ukraine due to being attacked by Russia.

Ukraine’s emergency services have managed to extinguish a fire blazing in a building outside the plant’s perimeter. Authorities say that Russian forces have seized the nuclear power plant.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Russia’s reckless attack could directly threaten the safety of the whole of Europe. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden urged Moscow to halt its military activities in the vicinity.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also said that the horrific attack from Russia was very dangerous and urged President Vladimir Putin to immediately stop the attacks.

Earlier, a teacher living in Zaporizhzhia told BBC Radio 4’s Today program that he saw the Russian military shooting and throwing bombs at nuclear power plants throughout the night.

“I know that one of the buildings caught fire but luckily it wasn’t an actual nuclear station, it was for the people who live there. Of course it’s still bad news but at least it’s not a real reactor,” he said. (4/3).

He said he was very worried because of the danger not only for his region, but for Ukraine and the whole world because the plant is one of the largest nuclear power plants in Europe.

“This is insane, an act of terrorism, I have no words left. The world must do something about it,” he said.

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