Occupiers placed Russian military personnel and cadets in bomb camps ZNPP – tsn.ua.

A new batch of Russian troops arrived at the Zaporizhzhia NPP.

The Russians were put in bomb camps Zaporizhia NPP 600 mobilized and waiting cadets will be transferred to the front line in the Donetsk region.

about this informs “Energoatom”.

“A new batch of soldiers has arrived at Zaporizhzhia NPP – more than 600 conscripts and cadets from the Russian Federation. They have been placed in the plant’s bomb shelter for non-standard equipment (NSO), where they are waiting. Transferred to the Donetsk region of the front,” the message reads.

It is also worth noting that the occupiers, together with Rosatom, continue to turn ZNPP into a military base. so, They set up a machine gun position on the roof of the fifth power unitAlso roadblocks will be placed at all entrances and flyovers will be cleared so that workers can go directly to the power units.

“In addition, the invaders continue to build fortifications and military structures around the plant’s power units and its dry storage of spent nuclear fuel (SNF). “The company insists.


The occupiers also denied access to the repository to Ukrainian personnel and IAEA representatives present at the ZNPP site.

Situation at Zaporizhzhia NPP

State nuclear regulatory review of Ukraine February 10 Power units at Zaporizhia NPP no. 3, no. 4, no. 5 and no. 6 banned the operation of. This happened as a result of the impossibility of eliminating detected violations of nuclear and radiation safety requirements at ZNPP.

Energy Minister Herman Kalushchenko said Russian troops had poured water into the Kakovsky reservoir. Threatens the operation of Zaporizhzhya NPPThe invaders kept their weapons and equipment there.

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