Russia-Ukraine war: Ukraine says Russian shelling hit power line at nuclear power plant; Putin and Erdoğan held talks in Sochi – as it happened

Official say plant still works and no radioactive discharges detected; Russian and Turkish presidents met to discuss Ukraine and Syria

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy has responded directly to yesterday’s report from Amnesty International, which suggested Ukrainian forces’ tactics are endangering civilians.

The human rights group’s researchers found that Ukrainian forces were using some schools and hospitals as bases, firing near houses and sometimes living in residential flats. The report concluded that this meant in some instances Russian forces would respond to an attack or target residential areas – putting civilians at risk and damaging civilian infrastructure.

There cannot be – even hypothetically – any condition under which any Russian attack on Ukraine becomes justified.

Aggression against our state is unprovoked, invasive and openly terroristic.

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