The governor of Zaporozhye accused the Russians of attacking an aid distribution center

Attack in Zaporozhye/ Photo Zuma / SplashNews.com / Splash / Profimedia

Russian forces attacked an aid distribution center in the center of the southeastern Ukrainian city of Orihiv. The governor of the region says that one volunteer died and two people were wounded, he reports Reuters.

The governor of the Zaporizhia region, Oleksandr Starukh, did not want to comment further on the attack in Orihiv, which is located only 110 kilometers from the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. The Zaporozhye nuclear power plant has been the target of attacks in the last few days, in which the reactors were almost hit, and the nuclear waste tank was also destroyed. Russia and Ukraine blame each other for the attacks.

"Russian terrorists shell humanitarian aid distribution centers and continue to blackmail nuclear power plants. This is a desperate tactic of the losers," wrote the chief of staff of the Ukrainian president Andriy Yermak on Telegram.

"Ukraine responds to their every action with a counter-action," he added.

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