Statement regarding the recent crisis at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

It has now been known that the war in Ukraine has progressed to a very critical stage in which the specter of nuclear accident appears over Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant.

Hence, I am officially joining the international community in calling for the establishment of a 30 km demilitarised zone around the nuclear plant, with UN peacekeepers from countries such as Switzerland, Austria, and as far away as Mongolia, Argentina and India to be pooled and deployed to the zone.

While me and most of others mourn the passing away of long reigning monarch Elizabeth II, in the event of a major accident at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant as a result of Russian provocation, it will be met with responses by any means necessary or possible, whether they are easy or hard, active or passive, ordinary or extraordinary, popular or unpopular, and finally by myself, others or combined.

With regards to Russia, they need a system where their politicians sit down and discuss the problem, agree what’s in the best interest of all the people within and around the world, including themselves and then do it. The problem for Russia is that people there often don’t agree on solutions in the best interests of themselves and the rest of the world. Perhaps they all must be made to, no matter they like it or not and how extraordinary the approaches for such end will go.

May the force be with you, always.