Is the nightmare back?

Around this time the winds of war turned into a whirlwind, the party finally revealed their intentions. In fact, it is incorrect to say the intent. It would be more accurate to say that they put the last trump on the table.Russian President as the West is preparing to impose the heaviest economic sanctions Vladimir PutinHe ordered the Russian army to put the nuclear power on “special alert”. This is said to be the highest alert level for Russia’s strategic missile army.

This threat has been evaluated by experts as Russia’s aim is not to use nuclear power, but to warn NATO by demonstrating its superiority. Drawing a nuclear weapon card is not the way the mind suggests. This is a very crazy option that can drag the world into a full-scale war. However, the effect was immediate, and the two parties took a breather at the border, and negotiations that could not be realized began.

“It was agreed that the Ukrainian delegation would meet with the Russian delegation without preconditions on the border between Ukraine and Belarus near the Pripyat River,” the statement said.

The Pripyat River is not a stranger to us. How do you remember it?

I remember him. The Chernobyl nuclear power plant was the site of the largest nuclear accident in history, near Kyiv in northern Ukraine. Pripyat It was built on the river.

And now, in breaking news, another Ukrainian nuclear power plant is at great risk. A dispute arose in the area where the Zaporizhya nuclear power plant, which is said to be the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, was located, and as a result, a fire broke out at the nuclear power plant. A statement from the International Atomic Energy Agency stated that two people were injured in the incident, but there was no radioactive collapse.

The crown of misery is now Ukrainian

Arguably the most unfortunate country of World War II was Poland. There were death camps in almost every corner of the country, as if the Nazi occupation and their suffering were not enough, and the blood of millions of innocent people flowed into Poland under Nazi boots. rice field. In Krakow, Warsaw Ghetto, and the Death Camp, the soul of silence continued to search for lost relatives and lost lives. This time the crown of misery changed hands and was placed on the head of Ukraine in Yalta.

[ThreeleadersoftheYaltaConferenceFebruary4-111945PresidentoftheUnitedStates[1945年2月4日から11日に開催されたヤルタ会談の3人の指導者、米国大統領Franklin RooseveltBritish Prime Minister Winston Churchill And Soviet leaders StalinWe are meeting at a resort in Crimea to determine the future of the world.

From that day Ukraine is the new owner of the crown of misery.

Yalta is a coastal city located on the Black Sea coast in the southern part of the Crimean Autonomous Republic of Ukraine.The outcome of World War II and the future of the world, the Yalta Conference held in this city Determined by a historic conference. The venue for the conference is Livadia Palace, which was once the summer palace of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia.

At the meeting, it was decided to form a “UN” to ensure global peace after the war and to veto the United States, Russia, China, the United Kingdom and France as permanent members. Decisions made regardless of voting results.

But in the coming months, the political situation will change dramatically.Roosevelt died of cerebral hemorrhage in April, new president Harry Truman Hawk profile.

by the way Hitler Suicides and Germany unconditionally surrenders in May, but this surrender does not prevent the United States from trying new secret weapons, and the world holds its breath and two atomic bombs on two different Japanese cities. Should be monitored for being dropped.

The agreement reached in Yalta will create two superpowers that will divide the world into ideological camps for 40 years in the shadow of nuclear weapons instead of peace. Two years after the end of the war, the American hawkish president proclaimed the “Truman Doctrine” named after him, with the aim of limiting Soviet expansionism, and the Cold War officially began behind nuclear weapons. .. March 1947.

In the equation of the world divided into two camps by the Cold War, Ukrainian luck is the Soviet Union (Soviet Union) fall.

And Chernobyl

It has been 40 years since the Cold War began.

On the morning of April 28, 1986, personnel entering the Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant in Sweden encountered a very strange situation. At first, I think there is a problem with the reactor, but contrary to expectations, I notice that there is a problem from the outside, not from the inside of the reactor.

A few days ago, at midnight on April 25, 1986, there was a large explosion during a test at Reactor Unit 4 near Chernobyl, after which the world learned about this explosion from clouds containing radiation that took off. I found out at. Traveled to Ukraine and Scandinavia.

The Cold War will virtually end on December 3, 1989, three years later. It is unclear whether the story of Chernobyl played a role at the end of the tragedy 40 years ago, but by 1991 Ukraine had acquired the status of an independent state.

Cold War Legacy: Nuclear Weapons

With the end of the Cold War, the fate of nuclear weapons around the world has begun to be questioned, and a series of agreements have been reached banning the use of nuclear energy for purposes other than peaceful purposes. Turkey is the country that has signed these agreements.

However, before that, on June 1, 1968, a treaty abbreviated as NPT (Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty) was signed with the aim of ensuring nuclear disarmament, and came into effect on March 5, 1970.

Under this treaty, the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, and China, which conducted their first nuclear test before January 1, 1967, have the right to possess nuclear weapons. And these countries are also permanent members of the UN Security Council.

According to 2018 data, there are nine countries in the world today that possess nuclear weapons. Russia (6850) and the United States (6450) have an overwhelmingly large number of nuclear weapons. Other countries are France (300), Great Britain (215), China (280), Pakistan (150), India (140), Israel (80) and North Korea (20) in terms of the number of weapons.

Most of these are Cold War weapons.

The Chernobyl nuclear power plant was evacuated in 1986, shortly after the accident, and the tragedy made its mark in human history as a symbol of human powerlessness in the face of technology developed by humans.

Currently, there are 15 reactors in operation in Ukraine, and 55% of their energy comes from these reactors. Both reactors are under construction and will be commissioned in the future.

You are reading correctly, they are all in Ukraine and are short shots from Chernobyl.

Ukraine is currently at war and is being bombed day and night.

The nuclear nightmare doesn’t seem to go anywhere. Stay where you left it like the Damocles sword!



reference

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/russia-ukraine-war-europes-largest-nuclear-power-plant-on-fire-after-shelling/RB3N4SM2634HYU4MPQSLAHE6GA/

https://history.state.gov/milestones/1937-1945/yalta-conf

https://www.bbc.com/turkce/haberler-dunya-47172165

https://www.bbc.com/turkce/haberler-dunya-51373127