UN Secretary General, Anthony Guterreswarned on Thursday that there was any damage to Ukraine’s nuclear power plant zapsorizia It would be a “suicide” when Russia and Ukraine accused each other of bombing Europe’s largest plant.
,We must state it as it is: any possible harm to Zaporizhzhia would be suicide.”, announced Guterres in Lviv in western Ukraine, where he once again called for the demilitarization of the plant occupied by Russian forces from March onwards.
Guterres showed himselfVery concerned“For plant conditions and said don’t use it “For any military operation”,
“We urgently need an agreement to restore zapsorizia purely as civilian infrastructure and to guarantee the security of the region,” he declared.
Ukraine assures that Russia keeps heavy weapons in the center zapsorizia And from there it bombs Ukrainian targets. It also accuses Russian troops of firing on sectors of the plant to attribute these bombings to Ukraine.
Russian officials denied having deployed heavy weapons in place and confirmed that there are only units to guarantee the security of the facilities.
Moscow also accused Kyiv On the occasion of the visit of the UN Secretary-General to Ukraine to prepare a “massive provocation” at the plant.
President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky asks UN to guarantee safety at the plantWhere increased fighting has increased the possibility of a nuclear incident.
“The United Nations must guarantee the security of this strategic object, its demilitarization and the complete liberation of Russian troops”Zelensky said in a statement after meeting with the UN chief,
Ukrainian President He denounced the “deliberate terror” caused by Russia, which “could have disastrous consequences for the whole world.”
Zelensky also said that he and Guterres were meeting in the western city of Lviv. discussed a UN brokered deal aimed at mitigating the worsening global food crisis, and showed its efforts to ensure that Ukrainian exports continued.
In a post on Telegram below two photos of Zelensky and Guterres meeting, The Ukrainian leader said: “We agreed to continue coordinating the implementation of the grain initiative.”
“We also discussed possible directions of its development, the issue of illegal and forced deportation of Ukrainians, the release from captivity of our military and medical personnel”Told.
Under a 22 July framework agreement brokered by Turkey and the United Nations, Ukraine managed to resume exports from its Black Sea ports in early August, which were halted for five months due to Russia’s invasion on 24 February. happened.
(with information from AFP)