Shelling has intensified across the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia energy plant in Ukraine in current days, elevating fears of a catastrophe at Europe’s largest nuclear facility.
Moscow and Kyiv blame one another for the assaults.
Russia controls the ability however Ukraine is working it.
How a lot of a danger do the assaults pose?
And is a catastrophe worse than Chernobyl imminent?
Presenter: Laura Kyle
Andrei Fedorov – Former deputy international minister of Russia
Hanna Shelest – Safety research programme director at Ukrainian Prism
Robert Kelley – Former director on the Worldwide Atomic Vitality Company