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US planning "Zelensky government in exile" in Poland

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New Delhi: American administration is actively pulling the strings behind the scenes in the affairs of Ukraine without going overt, obviously having to avoid a confrontation with Russia.

One reveal by the Washington Post today hinted at the US planning to form a "Ukrainian government with Volodymyr Zelensky in exile", in Poland.

The US move gives away the idea the President must be outside Ukraine already, despite his videos posted on Facebook trying to show otherwise.

On March 4, Russian State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin announced Zelensky staying in Poland, which came as a Russian misinformation.

In the thick of this comes the US plan to set up a government in exile with the Ukrainian president. The US plan could be for helping the government in exile to organize guerrilla warfare in Ukraine, according to the report.

Meanwhile, the adviser to the head of the president's neither confirmed nor refused information about the whereabouts of Zelensky.

Russian authorities claim that Ukrainian government has lost control over regions and districts of the nation.

On the battle front, Russian continued to pulverise more cities targeting their public offices, apartments alongside attacking nuclear power plants.

A Russian official reportedly ascribed the clashes at Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant to the storage of documents there relating to making of nuclear weapons.

"There was also certain documentation at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. The clashes with Ukrainian sabotage and reconnaissance groups in the administrative premises adjacent to the nuclear power plant were, apparently, connected precisely with this," RT quoted the representative as saying to RIA Novosti.

Russian is portraying Ukraine as carrying out research and development of nuclear weapons soon after joining the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons as a non-nuclear state in 1994.

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