Russia-Ukraine War Latest: What We Know on Day 186 of Invasion | Ukraine

  • Concerns remain over the possibility of a radiation leak at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. There is a state energy operator of Ukraine “There are risks of hydrogen leakage and dispersal of radioactive material,” he warned In the Russian occupied plant. There were officers Distribution of iodine tablets to people living near the plant During radiation exposure.

  • Russia and Ukraine traded fresh accusations of shelling each other in areas around the nuclear power plantEurope’s largest, Saturday. Moscow’s troops have “repeatedly shelled” the base Energoatom, the Ukrainian state nuclear power company, said of the plant last day. Russia’s Defense Ministry said last day that Ukraine’s troops had “shelled three times within the territory of the station”.

  • The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN nuclear watchdog, is trying to negotiate access to the plant for emergency inspections. “Helping ensure the nuclear safety and security situation there”. Energoatom chief Petro Kotin told the Guardian a visit could come before the end of the month, but Ukrainian Energy Minister Lana Zerkal told a local radio station she did not believe Russia was negotiating in good faith.

  • President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has issued a statement on the occasion of Aviation Day of Ukraine., in which he promised that Guy’s troops would “gradually destroy the capacity of the invaders”. President of Ukraine Vows that the Russian “invaders will die like snow in the sun.”.

  • Russia may have stepped up its attacks in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region. According to British intelligence, for the past five days. Pro-Russian separatists have largely advanced toward the heartland of Pisky village near Donetsk airport, but overall Russian forces have made some territorial gains. According to a recent report by the British Ministry of Defence.

  • Russia has blocked a deal at the UN aimed at strengthening the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Disagree with the Joint Statement, Due to Moscow’s objection to the control clause on the Zaporizhzhia plant, It is the latest blow to hopes of maintaining an arms control regime and ending a resurgent arms race.

  • Ukrainian sailors will be allowed to leave the country for work, said the Cabinet of Ukraine. Prime Minister Denis Schmihal, Men of draft age recruited as crew members would be allowed to leave the country, he said Unless they have permission from their local conscription offices to cross the border.

  • Britain’s Ministry of Defense said it would deliver six underwater drones to Ukraine to help clear mines off its coast and make grain exports safer.. In addition, dozens of Ukrainian naval personnel will be taught to use drones in the coming months. Ministry said.

  • Russia’s neighbor Kazakhstan has suspended all arms exports for a yearIts government said amid the conflict Ukraine and Western sanctions against Moscow.

  • Poland and the Czech Republic agreed to protect the airspace of their NATO ally SlovakiaIt is upgrading its air force from traditional Soviet-made MiG-29 fighters to newer F-16 jets.

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