The war in Ukraine will result in more deaths and destruction in the coming days, according to NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, who urged Russia’s President Vladimir Putin to withdraw all troops from Ukraine without conditions. “The days ahead are likely to be worse, with more deaths, suffering, and destruction,” Stoltenberg told reporters after the alliance’s foreign ministers met in BrusselsBrussels.
Russian troops are shelling Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant.Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Moscow on Friday of resorting to “nuclear terror” and wishing to “recreate” the Chernobyl disaster after invading Russian forces fired on a nuclear power plant.
“Except for Russia, no country has ever fired on nuclear power plants. This is the first time in our history that this has happened. Throughout human history. The terrorist state has now turned to nuclear terrorism “He stated this in a video message.
President Joe Biden spoke with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky late Thursday about a nuclear power plant in Ukraine that local officials say was attacked by Russian forces, according to a senior US official. The official only stated that the two presidents spoke, amid reports that the nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest, caught fire as a result of Russian attacks.