Video: Russian missile does not miss the target of just 300 meters… there could be a disaster like Chernobyl!

Video: Russian missile does not miss the target of just 300 meters... there could be a disaster like Chernobyl!


Russia attacked the Pivdenukrensk nuclear plant in southern Ukraine early Monday.
The Russian missile missed its target and an explosion occurred 300 meters from the reactor.
Zelensky said – Russia is putting the whole world in danger. This has got to stop.

Kyiv Russia attacked the Pivdnoukrainsk nuclear power plant in the south of Ukraine in the early hours of Monday. But its reactors are not damaged and are working normally. Ukraine’s state-run nuclear company Energoatom said Russian troops launched the missile early Monday, but missed the target and detonated 300 meters from the reactors. Currently, all three power units of the Pivdenukrensk Nuclear Power Plant are operating normally. There were no casualties among plant workers in the attack.

Images showing the pit created by the missile attack have been shared on social media. In which it was said that it happened due to explosion. In one photograph a man stood in a pit to estimate its size. Commenting on the attack on the Telegram messaging app, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that the attackers wanted to strike again, but they forgot what a nuclear power plant is. Russia is putting the whole world at risk. We have to stop this before it is too late.’

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Russia did not immediately respond to Ukraine’s allegations. In recent weeks, the Russian military has been continuously launching rocket attacks on the Mykolaiv area. Another Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia was shut down earlier this month due to Russian shelling. This raised concerns about a potential nuclear disaster. Zaporizhia is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe and is approximately 250 km from the Mykolive site. (155 miles) east. Russia and Ukraine have blamed each other for the bombing of the Zaporizhia nuclear plant. The plant is currently occupied by the Russian military, but is operated by Ukrainian personnel. The shelling has damaged buildings and disrupted power lines.

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