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There was no danger of a nuclear catastrophe

Hrubi said there was absolutely no danger of a fundamental breakdown during the fighting at Ukraine’s Zaporizhia nuclear power plant on Friday night. “The worst thing that happened last night was the seizure of the power station and a fire in an office building,” he added. We strongly condemn the fact that the Russian army is fighting near nuclear power plants. The US ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas Greenfield, had earlier said that the world had miraculously survived a nuclear disaster. When asked about Thomas Greenfield’s statement, Hrobe attempted to stress that she did not disagree with the ambassador and asserted that a fight over a nuclear power plant in general could lead to nuclear disaster.

After Russian forces took control of a nuclear power plant near the city of Zaporizhia, a fire broke out at the site Friday night, according to the Ukrainian Interior Ministry, in the building of a training complex. The Ukrainian Supervisory Authority, the Russian Ministry of Defense and then the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed that no increased radiation was measured.

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