Watch: NUCLEAR BUSINESS – monetary background of Ukrainian provocations at Zaporozhye NPP

Sunday, 4 September, 2022 — Youtube

A few hours before the start of the SMO, Kiev and Chisinau decided to disconnect the power systems of their countries from Russia and Belarus “in test mode”, without having connected it back to this day. Already on March 16, there are reports that Ukraine and Moldova have become part of the energy system of continental Europe.

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The Ukrainian ‘Counteroffensive’ Was Destined To Fail – Today It Did So

Saturday, 3 September, 2022 — Moon of Alabama

On August 24 the British prime minister Boris Johnson visited Kiev:

In comments made next to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the Mariyinsky Palace, Johnson said Ukraine “can and will win this war.”

Johnson’s visit was the start signal for the long announced Ukrainian ‘counteroffensive’ towards Kherson.

In early April Johnson had called on and visited Kiev to stop well developed peace negotiations between Russia and Ukraine:
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Ukraine Tries To Prevent IAEA Inspection Of The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant

Thursday, 1 September 2022 — Moon of Alabama

Updated below (11:30 UTC)

Over night the Ukrainian military, from positions in Vyshetarasovka, Nikopol and Marganets, again shelled the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant on the south side of the Kakhovka Dnieper reservoir.


This was followed by an early morning attempt by Ukrainian forces to land a sabotage group near the village north east of the ZNPP. Some seven boats, two self-motorized barges and some 60 soldiers were involved in the suicidal mission.

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EU ‘blatantly lying’ about threat to Zaporozhye nuclear plant – Moscow

Monday 15 August 2022 — RT

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Brussels’ claim that Russia is the one threatening the facility is allowing Kiev to obstruct an IAEA inspection, Russia’s Foreign Ministry says

Accusations that Moscow is jeopardizing the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) contradict the facts and allow Kiev to undermine the International Atomic Energy Agency’s efforts to inspect the facility, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday.

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