On August 31, Russian troops launched new strikes on Energodar, as a result of which the building of the Energodar City Council was damaged. “On the opposite bank, the Russian army is shelling the Enerhodar. The purpose of this action is to create a suitable picture for the IAEA commission and to form a pool of local residents who, under the media cameras, inform the commission about the shelling of the city from our side of the reservoir,” said Yevhen Yevtushenko, head of the Nikopol administration.