The ‘democratic government’ of Ukraine continues demonstrating its large-scale successes en route to the further EU integration.
On APril 13, massive fires came dangerously close to the site of the notorious 1986 nuclear disaster. According to media reports local authorities fear the fires could reach abandoned vehicles at the former nuclear plant, causing explosions and spreading toxic fumes across the country and the wider region.
Firefighters battle massive flames near disused #Chernobyl nuclear plant. Authorities insist the fire poses no risk to the public, though the state ecological inspector claims radiation readings are now 16 times higher than normal within the bushfire areahttps://t.co/TJ2nOk3Ghe pic.twitter.com/QUAm5GImOA
— RT (@RT_com) April 13, 2020
— Pocket TV (@Pocket_TV_RU) April 13, 2020
Ukrainian media outlets claim that more than 300 firefighters and 85 pieces of equipment have been deployed to stop the flames in the exclusion zone. However, the spike of the radiation level in the area has already been reported.
The situation is developing.
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