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Russia ‘is planning a false flag terror attack on the Belarusian nuclear power plant’

Russia is planning a false flag terror attack on a Belarusian nuclear plant that it will blame on Ukraine and NATO, Kyiv intelligence has claimed.

Putin’s forces intend to attack the Astravets power plant in the Grodno region, as well as infrastructure in Brest, according to the report by the Defense Ministry’s Main Intelligence Directorate (GUR MOU).

The £9bn state-owned plant is close to Belarus’ border with Lithuania and just 25 miles from its capital Vilnius, meaning any potential attack could have implications with radiation leakage into a NATO country.

Throughout his savage war, Vladimir Putin has regularly been accused of staging false flag attacks to justify a massive escalation.

The intelligence report stated: ‘It is known that a series of terrorist attacks are planned on the territory of Belarus in the near future, artificially man-made disasters on critical infrastructure objects.

Russia plans to carry out false flag terror attack on Belarus’ Astravets nuclear plant (file image), Ukraine claims

The £9bn state-owned plant is close to Belarus’s border with Lithuania and just 25 miles from its capital Vilnius.

‘The place of the alleged ‘incidents’ is the territory bordering the borders of the EU countries and Ukraine, in particular, the Grodno and Brest oblasts.

“One of the main targets is the Belarusian Astrovets nuclear power plant.”

The report says that Russia will blame the attacks on Ukraine and NATO, claiming that the perpetrators will be disguised in Belarusian military uniforms.

The ‘terrorist attack’ would also precipitate Belarus joining the war, the report alleges.

It comes today as Volodymyr Zelensky urged NATO members to ensure the protection of Ukraine’s own nuclear plants from Russian sabotage.

Yesterday, the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia plant was again hit by heavy shelling.

Throughout his savage war, Vladimir Putin has regularly been accused of staging false flag attacks to justify a massive escalation.

“All our nations have an interest in ensuring that dangerous incidents do not occur at our nuclear facilities,” Zelensky said in a video address to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Madrid.

“We all need guaranteed protection against Russian sabotage at nuclear facilities,” he added.

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Zaporizhzhia, in southern Ukraine, was bombed on Saturday and Sunday, raising concerns about the possibility of a serious accident just 300 miles from Chernobyl, site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster in 1986.

Russia and Ukraine blame each other for the attacks on the plant, which is located in Russian-controlled territory near the front line.

Reuters could not independently verify which side was responsible for the weekend bombing.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations nuclear watchdog, said such attacks risked major disaster and warned they were “playing with fire”.

Ukrainian soldiers fire artillery at Russian positions near Bakhmut, Donetsk region, yesterday.

Russia said earlier on Monday that the bombing of Zaporizhzhia could trigger a serious nuclear accident, repeating its accusations that Ukrainian forces were to blame.

Zelensky also called for new EU sanctions against Moscow over what he said was its “policy of genocide” as Russian forces shelled crucial civilian infrastructure.

Russia denies deliberately targeting civilians in Ukraine, but acknowledges a campaign of attacks against electricity and other infrastructure.

The agency’s director general, Rafael Mariano Grossi, said more than a dozen explosions were heard yesterday morning, but his team at the site were told there was no damage in areas “critical to nuclear safety.”

Grossi said: ‘Whoever is behind this must be stopped immediately. As I have said many times before, you are playing with fire.

The International Atomic Energy Agency said those behind the attack on the Zaporizhzhia power plant (pictured above last month) were “playing with fire.”

Both sides have accused the other of attacking the massive site, but Ukraine’s Western allies are skeptical that Kyiv will try to cause a nuclear disaster on its own soil.

The explosions “abruptly ended a period of relative calm at the facility and further underscored the urgent need for action to help prevent a nuclear accident there.”

Grossi said he was determined to demilitarize the area around the plant.

Negotiations with Moscow and Kyiv have been ongoing but “so far without agreement.”

The facility, which provided a fifth of Ukraine’s electricity before Russia’s invasion, has been forced to run on backup generators several times since it was occupied by Russian forces shortly after the war began.


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