UN warns as Zelensky-Putin trade barbs over Ukraine nuke plant shelling

Fresh shelling around Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has now instilled fear of a disaster at Europe's largest nuclear power plant site. The UN nuclear watchdog has demanded an end to military activity at the nuclear plant in Ukraine’s South East. IAEA chief Rafael Grossi has warned against alarming military activity and said that it could have dangerous consequences. Meanwhile, Ukraine and Russia traded barbs over shelling at the nuke plant. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky claimed that Putin's forces have damaged 'several radiation sensors' of the plant. While Russia said that there was no damage to the reactors and there is no threat of radiation leak. Watch this video to know more.

 
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