Day 185 of the Invasion of Ukraine: It is No Longer Enough that Kyiv renounced NATO Membership according to Medvedev
Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:
Another night of Russian strikes in the Zaporizhzhia region, rocket fire on Kharkiv as well
Ukrainian media reports new Russian attacks against infrastructure facilities in the Zaporizhzhia region. At the moment, there is no information about injured people.
During the night, an air raid alert was sounded in many cities, UNIAN news agency informed.
There was rocket fire in Kharkiv, confirmed the mayor of the city, Igor Terekhov.
Alexander Starukh, the head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration, reported on the social network "Telegram" about explosions in Zaporizhzhia. There are no reports of immediate danger to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
In his traditional address, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said nuclear specialists at Europe's largest nuclear power plant had averted the worst-case scenario "despite constant Russian attacks."
"I want to emphasize that the situation remains very risky and dangerous - any re-shutdown from the grid, any actions by Russia that can cause a shutdown of reactors will bring the plant to the brink again," Zelensky warned.
Yesterday it became clear that inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency intend to visit the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant as early as Monday.
According to information from the Wall Street Journal, the agency's team can deliver spare parts, including radiation monitoring devices.
The agency's director general, Rafael Grossi, who said a few days ago that he would lead the inspection, said the possibility of a permanent presence of the mission at the Zaporizhzhia NPP was being...