Ukraine calls for more sanctions after Russia shells Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has called for the world to impose additional sanctions against Russia after the shelling of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

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Stella Universal says:

Russia controls it since March 2022 You expect us to believe that Russia is shelling its own men? Grow up!

mariadamedecoeur says:

Of course it was Russia… MUTT

Lukas Belinski says:

you cant beileve anything russia says

Adam Smith says:

Russia is bombing itself and wants to have nuclear fall out in its territory. This makes sense.

Andrew Mitchell says:

Here's a tip for all you Russian trolls: if your army is cowering behind the dubious safety of a nuclear power plant you are losing the war.

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