Both Ukraine and Russia have warned of an imminent “false flag” attack at Zaporizhzhia, Europe’s largest nuclear power plant. The nuclear plant, originally built by the Soviet Union in the early 1980s, is located on the Dnipro River in southeastern Ukraine and has been under Russian control since March 1, just days after Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion . It was one of the first sites to be seized by Russian forces after the war began, and it is still operated by Ukrainian staff. There have been widespread concerns about a potential nuclear catastrophe as the plant, which is located near the front line in the city of Enerhodar, has remained a target of shelling in recent weeks. Both Ukraine and Russia have accused each other’s forces of shelling the plant. Ukraine’s defense intelligence agency suggested Thursday that Moscow was plotting a “false flag” attack on the nuclear power plant. “Ukrainian intelligence officers believe that the Russians are preparing a provocation at the ZNPP. Following their extensive shelling of the ZNPP, the invaders could “raise the stakes” and stage a real terrorist attack on Europe’s largest nuclear facility,” Ukraine’s Centre for Strategic Communication and Information Security under Ukraine’s Ministry of… Read full this story
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