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Ukraine war: Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant's last operating reactor switched off

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Ukraine war: Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant's last operating reactor switched off

Ukraine war: Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant's last operating reactor switched off

Europe's largest nuclear plant has been reconnected to Ukraine's electricity grid, allowing engineers to shut down its last operational reactor in an attempt to avoid a radiation disaster as fighting rages in the area.


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NATO Vows Ongoing , Support for Ukraine , Amid Russia's 'Brutal War of Aggression'. Fox News reports that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization said it will continue to support Ukraine's defensive war against Russia for "as long as it takes.". Fox News reports that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization said it will continue to support Ukraine's defensive war against Russia for "as long as it takes.". The alliance's pledge comes after a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council on the second day of the group's Foreign Affairs Ministers meeting. . Allies remain steadfast in their commitment to further step up political and practical support to Ukraine as it continues to defend its independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders, and will continue their support for as long as it takes, NATO statement, via Fox News. A strong, independent Ukraine is vital for the stability of the Euro-Atlantic area, NATO statement, via Fox News. Fox News reports that NATO does not give Ukraine direct military assistance. Help is instead offered by individual member states. . At the November 29 meeting, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg claimed that Ukraine is on the verge of becoming a member of the alliance. According to Stoltenberg, Ukraine's entry into NATO will happen following the conclusion of Russia's "brutal war of aggression.". Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba was reportedly in attendance at the council meeting, which was held in Brussels, Belgium. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba was reportedly in attendance at the council meeting, which was held in Brussels, Belgium. I heard a clear ‘no’ to any reference to fatigue, and I heard (a) clear ‘yes’ to increased support to Ukraine. They understand that in order for them to feel safe, in order for them not to end up in a situation where NATO’s soldiers will have to fight, Ukraine has to win in this war, Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine's Foreign Minister, via Fox News. I heard a clear ‘no’ to any reference to fatigue, and I heard (a) clear ‘yes’ to increased support to Ukraine. They understand that in order for them to feel safe, in order for them not to end up in a situation where NATO’s soldiers will have to fight, Ukraine has to win in this war, Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine's Foreign Minister, via Fox News. While speaking at the council, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the only obstacle to ending the Russia-Ukraine war , "is Vladimir Putin and the extent to which he believes that he can somehow outlast Ukraine, outlast his people.". While speaking at the council, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the only obstacle to ending the Russia-Ukraine war , "is Vladimir Putin and the extent to which he believes that he can somehow outlast Ukraine, outlast his people."

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IAEA: dangers around Ukraine's nuclear power plants are multiplying

The Zaporizhzhzia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine has remained in Russian hands since the invasion of the country in early 2022.

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