Russia flew a cruise missile “critically low” over Ukrainian nuclear power plant
Russia flew a cruise missile “critically low” over the South Ukrainian Nuclear Power Plant on Sunday, June 5, 2022, Ukraine’s state-run nuclear power station operator Energoatom said.
“Russia continues to threaten the nuclear safety of Ukrainian nuclear power plants and threatens the world with a new nuclear catastrophe,” Energoatom stated.
“Russia committed another act of nuclear terrorism — at 5:30 a.m. a Russian cruise missile, similar to the ‘Caliber,’ flew critically low over the South Ukrainian Nuclear Power Plant,” Energoatom said. “Probably, this missile was fired in the direction of Kyiv, where explosions were heard this morning.”
Energoatom said that Russian forces “still do not understand that even the smallest fragment of a missile hitting a working power unit can cause a nuclear catastrophe and radiation leak.”