The Ukrainian city of Enerhodar has been on the middle of worldwide consideration since Russian troops occupied its nuclear energy plant in March, shortly after the battle started on February 24. The Russian occupation and the concern of nuclear catastrophe have pressured 1000’s of individuals to flee the town and search shelter at a middle for displaced individuals in Zaporizhzhia. Axadle’s particular correspondents Robert Parsons, Pauline Godart and Raid Abu Zaideh went to this middle to satisfy a number of the folks staying there.
For months, Ukraine and Russia have accused one another of launching strikes on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear energy plant, the biggest in Europe, elevating fears of a significant accident.
After the Russians arrived on the scene within the city of Enerhodar, 70% of the city’s residents fled. A few of them discovered a shelter at a middle for displaced individuals within the metropolis of Zaporizhzhia, positioned about 100 km to the north, the place they repeatedly search assist.
The middle has grow to be an vital place for 1000’s of refugees. They arrive right here to seek out meals, heat garments and psychological assist. Nonetheless, some primary requirements, reminiscent of sanitary merchandise and blankets, are in brief provide on account of an absence of donors.
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