No shelling in Energodar, mass rally of thousands stops Russian troops
Mayor of the satellite town of Zaporizhia NPP, Energodar, Dmytro Orlov denied the information about the shelling of local residents by the troops of the Russian Federation.
"We refute the information spread on the Internet about the victims of shelling in Energodar. There were no shellings in our city. There were no victims," Orlov wrote on Telegram on Wednesday evening.
At the same time, he noted that two civilians were seriously wounded in the village of Vodiane, neighboring the city.
"Unfortunately, today at about 15:30 in the village of Vodiane, two civilians were injured by a grenade of the occupiers. One man is in critical condition, the second received a moderate wound. The people were hospitalized in the Kamyanka hospital," the mayor explained.
For his part, the representative of the Zaporizhia NPP press center, Andriy Tuz, in a video message posted on Telegram at about 18:00 noted that the enemy troops heading towards Energodar were stopped.
"Energodar residents unitedly met these troops with a column of several kilometers. There were many thousands of workers of the nuclear power plant and ordinary residents," Tuz emphasized.
At the same time, he noted that the situation in the city is working, the station is working stably.
As reported, the inhabitants of Energodar have been holding back enemy troops from capturing the city for a long time, thousands of citizens came out to protest.
"Residents of Energodar, a satellite city of Zaporizhia NPP, do not intend to let Russian troops into their city," the mayor said.