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Russia has said that attacks by Ukrainian drones on its cities would not be possible without the help of the United States and NATO.
The French news agency AFP, there were reports that five drones were shot down near the Russian capital on Tuesday. After which Moscow’s tone seemed to be tightening.

On the other hand, Ukraine has accused Moscow of “dangerous provocation”. And said it is planning to attack a nuclear power plant in the Russian-held region of Zaporozhye.
In response, Russia has said that Ukraine wants to attack the power plant. Which is the largest power plant in Europe.

Russia’s Foreign Ministry says that Western countries have enabled Ukraine to carry out drone strikes, calling it a “terrorist act”.
According to the Ruussian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, “Western countries are supporting Ukraine in such criminal attack.”

Russia’s military said on Tuesday that it shot down five drones in the early hours of the morning. Without causing any loss of life or property.
State news agency Rya Novosti said the drones were targeted in the Kubinka region, 40 kilometres from Vinkovci International Airport. Air traffic was also temporarily disrupted due to the action.
Similarly, two drones were shot down while flying over the Kremlin.

Volodymyr Zelenskyi

On the other hand, the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, while talking to his French counterpart, Emmanuel McEwan, said on the phone that Russia intends to take a major action using the power plant under its control.

“We have agreed to work with the International Atomic Energy Agency (the United Nations watchdog) to keep the situation under control as much as possible.”
Ukraine’s Ministry of Health has warned people living in the vicinity of the power plant to prepare to evacuate immediately. In case of an explosion or other emergency at the site.

Russia and Ukraine have been accusing each other over the power plant since almost the beginning of the war.
“Explosive-like items are stored in large numbers on the third and fourth floors of the site,” claims Kiev.

Addressing the nation on Tuesday evening, President Zielinski said, “The purpose of this may be to incite us to attack the plant.”

By Admin