Russia Ukraine War Live: The world is in turmoil after Russia attacked Europe’s largest nuclear plant, and Biden and Johnson contact the president of Ukraine.
War in Ukraine Live: Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant was attacked by a Russian missile. Following this attack, the plant caught fire. Meanwhile, Russia’s aggressive attack on Ukraine continues. In Kyiv, a bullet injured an Indian student. We are trying to airlift as many Indians as possible with the least amount of loss, says Union Minister General VK Singh.
Increased level of radiation in the vicinity of the nuclear plant
A government official told the AP news agency that radiation levels were elevated around the Zaporizhia nuclear plant. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity since the information has not yet been made public. This place produces about 25 percent of the country’s electricity.
Putin refused to stop attacks: Macron
Emmanuel Macron has said he has asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop attacking Ukraine once again, but Putin does not appear to be willing to comply. He said he would continue to communicate with Putin so that there were no more humanitarian tragedies on Thursday.
Biden urges Russia to stop firing
US President Joe Biden has urged Russia to cease firing around Europe’s largest nuclear plant and allow emergency services to do their job of extinguishing the fire.
Britain demands UNSC to call an emergency meeting
Russia’s airstrike on the Zaporizhia Nuclear Plant stunned the world. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called for an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council following the attack on the nuclear plant. The Russian army has also stopped Ukrainian soldiers from extinguishing the fire at the nuclear plant.
No damage to nuclear plant equipment – Zelensky
After the fire at Ukraine’s Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, President Zelensky speaks to the International Atomic Energy Agency. A fire broke out near the plant after the attack by Russian missiles, he said. However, it did not damage the plant’s essential equipment.
In a telephonic conversation, US President Joe Biden speaks with Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky after Ukraine fired a Russian missile at the Zaporizhia nuclear plant. Between the two leaders, military, economic, and humanitarian aid were also discussed. Zelensky also spoke with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after this.
Fire at Ukraine’s nuclear plant
An attack by Russia caused a massive fire at a nuclear plant in Ukraine. The incident was caused by a Russian missile falling near the plant, according to the information. Ukraine’s chief adviser to President Zelensky confirmed this by tweeting a video of the Zaporizhia nuclear plant fire.
— ANI (@ANI) March 4, 2022