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Petro Kotin, chairman of the Ukrainian nuclear energy company “Enerhoatom”, announced on television on Sunday that, judging by the latest remarks, the Russian invaders may be preparing to leave the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP). “In recent weeks, we have actually received information that there are signs that they are likely to leave the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant,” Kotin said.
The Russian press has started writing that the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant should probably be abandoned and possibly put under the control of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Kotin stated that “they appear to be packing up and stealing everything they can find.”
He stressed that it is too early to say that Russian soldiers are leaving the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant, but it can be said that they are preparing.
Kotin recalls that Russia brought military equipment, soldiers and trucks, most likely with weapons and explosives, to the territory of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant and mined the territory of the nuclear power plant.
The head of the military administration of the Kherson region reports heavy shelling
Russian forces have shelled the Kherson region more than 50 times this week, Yaroslav Yanushevich, head of the region’s military administration, announced Sunday. Yanushevich announced on Telegram that one person had been killed and two injured in the shooting and accused Russia of terrorism and attacks on civilians.
He said the attacks were directed against cities on the northwestern bank of the Dnieper River. Most of the city of Kherson has no electricity. Authorities are trying to restore the electricity supply. Electricity supply was restored to a hospital and 5% of the city’s population.
The electricity supply has been restored in almost all of Kiev
Four days after the heavy shooting, the electricity supply has been restored in almost all of Kiev, the military administration of the Ukrainian capital announced.
Electricity, heating, water supply and mobile phone connections were restored in most of the capital on Sunday morning, the capital’s military administration said on the Telegram website.
Repairs to the power grid are still ongoing and high demand could lead to local power outages, the administration has warned.
Russia launched some 70 missiles at Ukraine’s water and electricity infrastructure on Wednesday, leaving millions of Ukrainians without electricity, water and heat.