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In the emergency U.N. Security Council meeting called to address Russia’s assault on Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine, Ukraine’s Ambassador said the attacks give further credence to his nation’s call for a no-fly zone over the country.
Watch the U.N. Security Council meeting in the player above.
“Terror Russia” as Ukrainian Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya called the country, is not only attacking Ukraine but “all of Europe.”
U.N. and Ukrainian officials say no radiation was released from a Russian attack at Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant in Ukraine and firefighters have extinguished a blaze at the facility.
Russian forces are still pressing their invasion into the country despite global condemnation.
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The International Atomic Energy Agency’s director-general said Friday the building hit by a Russian “projectile” at the plant was “not part of the reactor” but instead a training center at the plant.
Nuclear officials from Sweden to China also said no radiation spikes had been reported.
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