The enemy continues to militarize the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
Russian invaders took control of two nuclear facilities – the Chernobyl and Zaporozhye nuclear power plants / photo REUTERS
As reported in Telegram channel “Energoatom” this was stated by the adviser to the head of the State Enterprise “NAEC” Energoatom “Alexander Motsik.
He noted that on March 29, IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi arrived in Ukraine.
“We are waiting for the IAEA’s political assessment of the events in Ukraine, in addition to the announcement of the technical assistance that the agency provides and will provide in order for the nuclear power plant to operate in a stable mode. It is important that the aggressor be called the aggressor and turn to Russia to take it from the Zaporozhye and Chernobyl nuclear power plants their military and employees of Rosatom,” said Motsik.
On March 29, Grossi tweeted that he “crossed the border into Ukraine to begin the IAEA’s mission to secure the country’s nuclear facilities.”
“We must act now to help prevent the danger of a nuclear accident,” he stressed.
On March 27, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine stated that the Russian invaders continue to militarize the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, which seriously increases the risk of damage to the insulation structures that were built over the fourth power unit of the station after its explosion in 1986.
War against Ukraine:
- February 24, 2022 Russia began bombing Ukrainian cities. Massively killed the civilian population of Ukraine.
- The Russian invaders took control of two nuclear facilities – the Chernobyl and Zaporozhye nuclear power plants.
- February 27, 2022 information appeared that Belarus could declare war on Ukraine.
- As of March 13, Russia due to sanctions lost access to half of their gold reserves.
- As of March 25, 2022 according to the UN more than 1,000 Ukrainian civilians became victims of the Russian occupiers.
- Global brands are leaving the Russian market en masse.