Ukraine on Sunday again accused Russia of bombing Europe's largest nuclear power plant, the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, and accused Moscow of engaging in "nuclear terrorism."
Ukraine's state-owned nuclear energy company said Russian forces had damaged three of his radiation sensors at the facility in Saturday night's attack and injured a worker with shrapnel.
"Russian nuclear terrorism requires a stronger response from the international community. Sanctions on the Russian nuclear industry and nuclear fuel," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky wrote on Twitter. rice field.
Factories in Russian-controlled areas were also attacked on Friday. Moscow condemns attack by Ukrainian forces.
Russia is in the early stages of its invasion of Ukraine. He occupied the Zaporizhia factory in early March, but the facility is still run by Ukrainian engineers.
Ukrainian nuclear power company Energoatom said Saturday's Russian rocket strike hit a storage facility where 174 containers of spent nuclear fuel were kept.
"As a result, timely detection and response in the event of deterioration of the radiological situation or leakage of radiation from spent nuclear fuel containers is still not possible," said the report.
The Russian-installed administration station in occupied Enerkhodar, where factory workers live, said Ukraine had attacked using multiple rocket-launching systems from her 220 mm Uragan.
"The administration building and adjacent storage facility areas were damaged," the report said.
After the first attack on Friday, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said the shelling signaled the danger of a nuclear disaster. These shells struck high-voltage power lines, prompting plant operators to disconnect the reactor, even though no radioactive leak was detected.
In his daily speech on Saturday, Zelensky condemned the "eloquent silence" of Amnesty International's failure to mention the Russian shelling of Zaporizhia. Zelensky said the silence "demonstrates the manipulative selectivity of this organization."
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In response, Zelensky said, "Attacks against our country are not provocative, they are invasive, and they are outright acts of terrorism."
} Oksana Pokarchuk, head of Amnesty International Ukraine, also resigned in protest, disputing the report of the international organization.
Meanwhile, four grain ships departed from Ukrainian Black Sea ports on Sunday.
The Joint Coordination Center, the agency established under the Black Sea Grains Initiative to oversee its implementation, has approved the departure through the Maritime Humanitarian Corridor.
Ships sailing from Ukrainian ports are bound for her two destinations in China, Italy and Turkey.
A fifth vessel has been cleared to sail to Ukraine to receive cargo.
Ukraine is one of the world's breadbaskets and its ports are being blocked, raising global food prices and threatening famine.
Some material in this report was provided by Reuters.