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A high-voltage energy line at Europe’s largest nuclear energy plant has been hit by shelling, as Ukraine and Russia accuse each other of being accountable.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky known as the shelling of the Zaporizhzhia facility an “act of terror” and an “open, brazen crime”.

He added: “It’s a purely a safety subject. Those that create nuclear threats to different nations are actually not able to utilizing nuclear applied sciences safely.”

The Ukrainian overseas ministry then ominously warned that the “attainable penalties of hitting an working reactor are equal to the usage of an atomic bomb”.

However Moscow laid the blame at Kyiv’s door, saying: “Fortuitously, the Ukrainian shells didn’t hit the oil and gas facility and the oxygen plant close by, thus avoiding a bigger fireplace and a attainable radiation accident.”

The nuclear energy plant was captured by Russia early within the invasion, however continues to be operated by Ukrainian technicians and workers.

However the state of affairs was described as “uncontrolled” on the facility by the UN’s nuclear watchdog earlier this week, because the physique pushed for an inspection go to.

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