China’s Peace Plan: the end of the country’s ‘neutrality’ towards the Russia-Ukraine war?


Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant no longer produces electricity and serves solely as a military base for Moscow’s troops, the exiled mayor of the city of Energodar, which houses the facility, told AFP. Moscow’s troops seized the plant in the southern Zaporizhzhia region on March 4 last year, just days after the start of Russia’s invasion. “During a year under occupation, (Russians) have turned Europe’s largest nuclear power plant into…

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