"The world is threatened by a catastrophe like Chernobyl" VIDEO

The video shows a cloud of smoke coming from the direction of the power plant, according to eyewitnesses.
Reuters writes that the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, therefore proposed that the power plant in Zaporizhzhia declare part of the area around it a demilitarized zone.
Energoatom, the Ukrainian agency that manages the country's four nuclear power plants, said on Thursday that the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant had been attacked five times and that some of the rockets had landed near rooms where radioactive waste is stored.
The Russian news agency TASS reports that officials appointed by Russia said that Ukraine fired two missiles at the power plant and interfered with the handover of the shift.

A disaster like Chernobyl

On Thursday, Guterres called on both countries for all military activities in the immediate vicinity of the plant to cease immediately and not to target its facilities or surroundings.
"I urge the withdrawal of any military personnel and equipment from the plant and the avoidance of any further deployment of forces or equipment to the site. The facility must not be used as part of any military operation. Instead, urgent agreement is needed at a technical level on a safe perimeter of demilitarization to ensure the safety of the area", said the UN Secretary General.
In March, Russia seized the power plant in Zaporizhzhia. Russian forces still hold it, and Ukrainian experts work there. The United States supported a proposal to declare the area around the plant a demilitarized zone and for International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) officials to visit the nuclear plant.
"The United Nations continues to fully support the critical work of the International Atomic Energy...

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