Shelling at Ukrainian nuclear power station ‘is a war crime’ - says expert from Imperial College

A senior Research Fellow at the Imperial Centre for Energy Policy and Technology has described Russia’s actions at the power station in the city of Zaporizhzhia overnight as a “war crime”. Malcolm Grimston explained how the shelling of the power station would not have caused huge damage to the reactors, due to the lack of artillery used, but did say that if back up generators or fuel stores were damaged in the attack, it would ou the plant in an unwanted “precarious position”.

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