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    Tragic accident in Croatia. Russians fire at Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant in Enerhodar [VIDEO]

    The accident happened early in the morning, near the city of Varazdin. There were 43 passengers and two drivers on the bus. They left Częstochowa yesterday around 4:30 pm. Their destination was the Marian shrine in Medjugorje in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

     

    “Unfortunately, they did not get there. Eleven people died on the spot, one died in hospital, and the rest are in several hospitals in Croatia,” Łukasz Jasina, the Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said. 

     

    31 people were injured, 18 of whom are in serious condition.

     

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    The Russians continue shelling civilian targets in Ukraine. Last night, missiles fell on Mykolaiv and Nikopol, among others. Several people were injured. The target of the aggressor was also the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant. As the authorities in Kyiv are alarming, Russian soldiers are committing dangerous provocations that could lead to a nuclear catastrophe. 

     

    Russian troops fired twice in a day at the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant in Energodar. The nitrogen-oxygen station was damaged, which poses a risk of hydrogen leakage and the release of radioactive substances into the atmosphere. One of the power blocks has been disconnected from the system. The Ukrainian concern Energoatom, which covers all nuclear power plants in the country, said that the fire was extinguished, and the effects of the shelling were eliminated.

     

     

    Over 2 billion zloty – funds of this total value will be added to the budgets of Polish households before the upcoming winter. Government support will be provided to consumers using pellets, wood and natural gas for heating. Its amount will depend on the type of fuel used.

     

    Farms using pellets for heating will receive a subsidy of 3,000 złoty, heating oil – 2000 złoty, wood in pieces – 1000 złoty, and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) – 500 złoty. The cost of government support will amount to 9 billion złoty. In addition, support for coal users is also planned.

     

     

     

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