Zaporizhzhia, Russia: “Ukraine will attack central”. Kiev: “Fake”

Moscow: “Ukrainian attack with high-precision weapons and drones soon”. Kiev: “Russians planted explosives”. The exclusive images of Tg1: no critical issues in the system

The Armed Forces of Ukraine will soon attack the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant “with high-precision weapons and kamikaze drones”. This was stated by Renat Karchaa, adviser to the director general of Rosenergoatom, on the Rossiya 24 television channel. “Today we received information that I am authorized to disseminate – he said – On July 5, precisely at night, the Ukrainian armed forces will try to attack the plant Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant using high-precision long-range weapons and unmanned kamikaze aircraft”.

“At the same time, Ukraine plans to drop munitions with radioactive waste removed from aircraft on July 3 from the nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine,” added Karchaa, according to which “the back-up plan for the launch of radioactive substances provides for the use of a high-precision Tochka-U projectile”.


Kiev categorically denies and, shortly after, triggers the alarm for a “possible Russian provocation”, as announced by the General Command of the Armed Forces of Kiev. According to Ukraine, the Russian military placed objects “similar to explosive devices” on the roofs of the third and fourth units of the plant.

“Their detonation should not harm the units but could create a picture” in which a bombing by Ukraine would result. Russian media and Telegram channels are spreading disinformation on the matter. The Ukrainian armed forces do not violate the rules of law international, monitor and control the situation and are ready to act under any conditions. No provocation by the enemy will be tolerated”.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian Ministry of Health provides indications to follow in the event of a nuclear accident: “Follow only official sources of information. If the authorities report a radioactive emergency, stay indoors or get out as quickly as possible” according to the provisions . “If you are in the area of ​​an accident, you can only leave the buildings after instructions given by the authorities. The local authorities will indicate the evacuation points, as well as indicate the safest routes in case of evacuation with your own vehicle. Follow the instructions and stay calm”.


No critical issues emerge for the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant from the unpublished satellite images collected by Western intelligence and which Tg1 (Video) has shown exclusively. On the day in which the Ukrainian power line connected to the plant suffered an interruption, the images reassure us about the conditions of the plant, revealing that all the structures are normal, starting from the cooling basin. And this despite the drying up of the Dnipro River after the destruction of the Kakhovka dam. According to intelligence, no criticality is also recorded for the storage of radioactive waste and the same situation is found in the administrative and logistical areas.