RUSSIA–UKRAINE LIVE – Fighting fire at Europe’s most powerful nuclear reactor, Refugees may reach 4 million. Ukrainian vodka is sought by shoppers after Russian products were taken from shelves following Vladimir Putin’s invasion

Russian forces attacked Europe’s most powerful nuclear plant today, and Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky charged the country with launching ‘nuclear terrorism’.

Zelensky stated that he was afraid of an explosion at Zaporizhzhia’s nuclear power plant, which would cause a ‘end for all, Europe and Europe to end’.

An attack triggered telephone calls between Mr Zelensky (the attacker) and leaders around the world, and US Department of Energy activated its nuclear incident team.

Vladimir Putin’s forces made major gains in the south, with hundreds of artillery and missile attacks against cities around Ukraine.

Russians declared the capture of Kherson’s southern city and Black Sea port. This was Kherson’s first major fall since last week’s invasion.

On the Azov Sea’s outskirts, heavy fighting continued. This has resulted in the loss of electricity, heat, and water services.

Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of Russia, stated that Russia’s attack on Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station could pose a threat to the safety and security of Europe.

The West is concerned that the Russian President will launch an attack on Ukraine’s largest cities and possibly cause devastating civilian casualties.

While the Ukraine exodus continued, the UN stated that over a million have fled to Ukraine, which may soon increase to four millions.

British supermarkets have pledged to cease selling Russian vodka due to the conflict, as UK consumers are now looking for Ukrainian options. 

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