President Volodymyr Zelensky drew attention to Amnesty International’s lack of response to Russian shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

He noted this in his video message Saturday, July 6, Ukrinform reports.

“Despite the fact that Russian shelling of a nuclear power plant is one of the most dangerous crimes against Ukrainians and all Europeans, for some reason there is no report or even just a message from Amnesty International about this. A very eloquent silence, once again indicating the manipulative selectivity of this organization,” he said.

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Zelensky noted that Russian terrorists were the first in the world to use a nuclear power plant for terror.

He promised the world’s attention to this and insist on new sanctions “because of the creation of such a global threat.”

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Recall: in a report published on Thursday by the human rights organization Amnesty International The organization says the organization believes that the Ukrainian military, in an attempt to repel a Russian invasion, endangers civilians by establishing bases and deploying weapons in residential areas, including schools and hospitals.