Russia keeps Main Pipeline to Germany Closed as well as Further Accusations concerning Attacks on the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant
According to Russian Ministry Officials, nearly 250 Ukrainian troops landed via Naval Forces in an attempt to take back the Russian-controlled land...
Russia has announced it will continue to keep its main pipeline to Germany closed off as other G7 counties say they planned a price cap on Russian oil exports. Furthering the issues with energy and supply of energy, Russia’s Defense Ministry also accused Ukraine of shelling the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as well as attempting to overtake the land. According to Ministry Officials, nearly 250 Ukrainian troops landed via Naval Forces in an attempt to take back the Russian-controlled land.
"Despite the presence of representatives of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the Kyiv regime once again attempted to seize the plant.”
The Russian Defense Ministry said.
Accusations of shelling on the surrounding land of the power plant have been exchanged by both Ukraine and Russia. The power plant was captured by Russia in March and has remained connected to the Ukrainian power grid as well as remains managed by Ukrainian employees.
IAEA inspectors visited the plant this week to assess its safety. Rafael Grossi, the IAEA chief, reported that the “physical integrity has been violated several times.” A more thorough report of the safety surrounding the plant is scheduled to be released next week. For long-term safety, two IAEA inspectors will remain on the premises.