Ukraine Says Russia Planning ‘Incident’ for Massive Nuke Plant on Friday ⋆ Is Putin about to endanger the whole of Europe just to satisfy his nuke fetish? ⋆ Flag And Cross


The world has long understood that Russia is not a country that likes to play fair.  In fact, the way in which the Kremlin operates is perhaps as sleazy as we’ve seen in modern civilization, outside of the tinpot behavior of Kim Jong Un of North Korea.

And, as expected, Russia’s failures in Ukraine have escalated the Kremlin’s atrocities in that sovereign nation, as their army turns to terror and genocide in an effort to defeat the unstoppable Ukrainian spirit.

New information coming into Ukrainian sources now suggests that Russia may be planning for a “incident” at the nation’s largest nuclear power plant, the effects of which could be downright devastating.

Russia has allegedly told workers at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant not to show up to work Friday, Ukrainian military intelligence has exclusively confirmed to NBC News.

This comes amid allegations and speculation from both Russia and Ukraine that an incident is being planned Friday at the plant.


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On Thursday, Russia threatened to shut down the plant, warning that there was a risk of a human-made disaster due to alleged continued shelling by Ukraine.

But Ukraine has a completely different story, according to Andriy Yusov, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Main Intelligence Directorate.

“There is new information, it arrived about half an hour ago, that for tomorrow, August 19, there is an order for the majority of the staff not to go to work,” Yusov told NBC News.

And also:

“We do not rule out the possibility of massive Russian provocations on the territory of the ZNPP tomorrow. This is confirmed by their propaganda, information from our sources, and the behavior of the Russians at the station,” he added, referring to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

Any incident at the power plant could affect millions of Europeans in several different nations, prompting an international response that supersedes Russia’s somewhat hollow threats of retaliation against any such interference.



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