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Putin fears invasion ‘could spark World War 3’ as UK pulls embassy staff and NATO sends warships & jets

Ukraine rushes to ‘protect Chernobyl’

The area around the former nuclear plant is still the most radioactive on Earth, and the area has since been abandoned. boomed in 1986.

But in fear of a Russian invasion, Ukraine has now moved troops to a desolate area on its northern border with Belarus.

In recent weeks it has been reported that Belarus, an ally of Russia, could be one of the routes that Kremlin forces could use to invade Ukraine.

Russia and Belarus will hold joint military exercises in February, Ukraine has now deployed thousands of troops to the area around Chernobyl, New York Times report.

The town of Pripyat, next to where Chernobyl stands and where its workers live, has now become a ghost town.

Chernobyl itself has been partially closed with workers maintaining the giant ‘coffin’ built over the damaged reactor turning in and out.

One worker, Oleksei Prishepa, told the newspaper: “We don’t know what will kill us first, virus, radiation or war.

https://www.thesun.ie/news/8253898/russia-ukraine-news-latest-crisis-vladimir-putin-invasion/ Putin fears invasion ‘could spark World War 3’ as UK pulls embassy staff and NATO sends warships & jets

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