Britain: ANY Deliberate Damage (by Russia) Causing Potential Radiation Leak to a Ukrainian Nuclear Reactor Would be a Breach of NATO’s Article 5
Let’s make it clear now:
ANY deliberate damage causing potential radiation leak to a Ukrainian nuclear reactor would be a breach of NATO’s Article 5.@thetimes pic.twitter.com/FFv6KR1xdq
— Tobias Ellwood MP (@Tobias_Ellwood) August 19, 2022
- Article below is machine Auto-Translated from Russian into English.
- In Britain Called for NATO’s Direct Intervention in the Ukrainian Conflict Should Russia Strike The Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant
by https://lenta.ru/British politician Ellwood: NATO will intervene in the Ukrainian conflict if Russia strikes the ZNPP
NATO ‘s direct intervention in the Ukrainian conflict is possible if Russia hits the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant (ZNPP). This was stated by the chairman of the Committee for the Selection of Candidates for Defense Ministers Tobias Ellwood in his Twitter account.
“Any deliberate damage to the Ukrainian nuclear reactor with a possible radiation leak would be a violation of NATO Article 5,” the parliamentarian said. According to Article 5 of the NATO Charter, an attack on one of the members of the North Atlantic Alliance will be considered an attack on all members.
Earlier, employees of the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) recorded video messages in which they called on Kiev to stop shelling the station. Also, concerns about the situation at the Zaporizhzhya NPP became the reason for the call of French President Emmanuel Macron to Russian President Vladimir Putin .