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IAEA/UN must demand Russia withdraw from Zaporizhzhia NPP – Zelenskyy’s aide

IAEA/UN must demand Russia withdraw from Zaporizhzhia NPP – Zelenskyy’s aide

“This morning in Europe became possible just because the NPP miraculously didn’t explode on 5 August. Russia is staging dangerous provocations there,” Mykhailo Podoliak, adviser to head of Presidential Office wrote.

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