Stephanie’s travel vlog: From Odesa to Zaporizhzhia

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As appeals to demilitarize Europe’s largest nuclear plant situated in Zaporizhzhia grow louder amid concerns over the safety of the site, CGTN’s Stephanie Freid traveled across southeastern Ukraine to find out more about the threat looming over the city.

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