On the 271st day of the war, it was announced that Poland did not want Ukraine to participate in the investigation of a rocket explosion in the Polish city of Przewodov. “There is no such legal possibility, and this would be contrary to the procedure, not to mention the interests of the investigation,” the Polish prosecutor’s office said. So far, all versions are being studied, including the version that a Ukrainian air defense missile landed on the territory of Poland.
In the morning, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke at a NATO summit and asked member countries to declare Russia a “terrorist state”. NATO has not yet made a decision, but the European Parliament will approve a resolution in Strasbourg on Wednesday recognizing Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. Approval is secured by the votes of the two largest groups, the European People’s Party and the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) visited the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant this Monday after explosions recorded over the weekend. IAEA experts concluded that there are no immediate concerns about the security of the complex, which is currently under the control of the Russian authorities.
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