Kiev alarm on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant: 'Risk of spreading radioactive substances'. Moscow's reply: 'Normal levels'

Kiev raises the radiation alarm on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and accuses the Kremlin of torturing the plant's staff to avoid telling the truth. Moscow denies: 'Normal radioactive levels'. In Hungary green light for Russian reactors

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Ukraine launches the nuclear alarm on the Zaporizhzhia power plant: 'Risk of spreading radioactive substances'. And he accuses the Russians of torturing the plant's staff to prevent them from telling the truth. Also an Italian in the Aiea mission. Vladimir Putin offers grants to Donbass refugees. In Hungary, green light for Moscow's nuclear reactors. - Photo | video

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THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT - Each day is one step further on risk levels. In Zaporizhzhia, where the largest nuclear power plant in Europe stands - now occupied by the Russians and the subject of bombings for which Kiev and Moscow are blaming themselves - iodine tablets have already been administered to the population. And the Ukrainian agency for the production of nuclear energy Energoatom now states in a statement: “Due to the presence of the Russian army, their weapons, vehicles and explosives, there are serious risks for the safe operation of the plant. There are dangers of hydrogen leakage, which disperses radioactive substances and also the risk of fire is high ”. But Energoatom goes further: 'Russian special services torture the employees of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant so that they do not tell too much to the inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (Aiea)'. But the reply from the Moscow foreign minister is dry: “The radiation level in the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant remains normal after the bombing of Ukrainian troops. The radiation situation of the plant remains normal. The monitoring of the technical condition of the nuclear power plant and its operation are carried out by regular technical personnel '. The IAEA could leave tomorrow for the inspection of the plant: the staff of 14 experts will also include an Italian, as reported by diplomatic sources to the New Tork Times. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian government has terminated the cooperation agreement with the Russian Federation in the field of atomic energy.

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WAR FRONT - Yesterday evening the Kremlin forces bombed the villages of Zolochiv and Donets in the Kharkiv region. The head of the regional military administration Oleg Sinegubov said on Telegram: “In Zolochiv a grenade hit a residential building. A 52-year-old woman died. A 49-year-old man was injured in Donka ”. On the other hand, the toll of two Russian attacks in Donetsk in the morning is two dead and twelve wounded. According to the online newspaper Krym Realii, Moscow is allegedly moving heavy vehicles to the Crimea. And Vadym Skibitskyi, at the top of Ukrainian intelligence, says: “The Ukrainian armed forces are preparing for a counter-offensive. The occupiers fear the active actions of the defenders and are strengthening their positions, in particular, in the south. The main objective is the complete liberation of the territories. '

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A position rebutted on Twitter by Mykhailo Podolyak, consultant of Volodymyr Zelensky: 'There is only one way to end this war: the military defeat of Russia, the return of territories to Ukraine, a court for criminals, the beginning of the transformation of Russia. The will to win is just as necessary as weapons. The 'compromises' will have catastrophic consequences for humanity '. According to Kiev, Russia has so far mobilized 160,000 troops. And he doesn't seem to want to give any respite. Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said: “A large ammunition depot of the 44th Artillery Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces with US-made Himars multi-launch missiles and American M777 shells was destroyed in the Dnipropetrovsk region. . Seven command posts of the Ukrainian armed forces were hit in one day. 37 Ukrainian army artillery units were also targeted in 142 districts '. Vladimir Putin finally signed a decree to grant monthly subsidies to those who will leave Donbass to move to Russia. And from 1 September, the military will be present in schools, companies and public buildings in the occupied areas of Kherson, Zaporizhzhia and Kharkiv.

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THE SHIPS - The government of Kiev has announced that Ukrainian sailors will be able to travel abroad for work as long as they have permission from local conscripts: an exception, as all men aged 18 to 60 capable of military service have been recalled. to arms. There would be 100,000 operators in the maritime sector. The ports, after the Istanbul agreements, have become a sort of 'free zone': so far 45 ships have sailed from the Odessa region, the last three yesterday morning.

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NUCLEAR REACTORS IN HUNGARY - Hungary tightens relations with Moscow by authorizing the construction of two new nuclear reactors by the Russian Rosatom, which is not among the companies sanctioned by the EU. This is a 12.4 billion euro project that will make it possible to increase the reactors of the Paks plant from 4 to 6 and double its capacity.