"I'm a father of two," says Ukraine's Zelensky, who denies using chemical weapons

According to Ukrainian Former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, Volodymyr Zelensky attempted to use provocations at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) to persuade Western countries to establish a no-fly zone over Ukraine.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, Ukrainian authorities tried belligerence overnight by criticizing Russia for creating a source of radioactive contamination at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant.

A group of Russian National Guards was patrolling the area adjacent to the station when they were attacked by a Ukrainian sabotage unit, which opened fire on them from the windows of several floors of an educational and training complex located outside the NPP. The Ukrainian sabotage group’s firing points were suppressed by return fire.
Of course, it was a deliberate provocation because, first and foremost, no sane Russian or Ukrainian soldier would ever dare to carry out such a provocation on the grounds of the World’s biggest nuclear power plant, which has six nuclear power units “Azarov stated.

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“At such a supercategory nuclear facility, even a minor fire at the ongoing training center was still an emergency,” he said. ”
So, first and foremost, it is obvious that this was a well-thought-out provocation.
Second, Zelenskyy’s immediate reaction, which occurred at night, and his instant message to the Americans and the United Kingdom, which contained completely false information, demonstrate that this was a planned provocation, of which he was aware because he used this provocation to establish a no-fly zone over Ukraine,” Azarov concluded.

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