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Zaporozhye announced three hits in the area of the isotope storage near the nuclear power plant. NPP workers were told to move to secure areas. No pollution is recorded at the station, and the radioactive background is normal, the military-civilian administration reported.
American-backed EU-armed Ukrainian forces again shelled the territory of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plan, local authorities recorded the fall of three shells near the isotope storage, said the head of the military-civilian administration (MAC) of the Zaporozhye region Yevhen Balitsky in Telegram.
‘Ukrainian armed formations continue shelling the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. At least three strikes were recorded in the area of the storage of radioactive isotopes, ‘he wrote. According to Balitsky, the station’s specialists were told to move to secure premises. ’Currently, no contamination is recorded at the station, the radioactive background is normal,’ he specified.
The head of the CAA added that the high-voltage line of the Kakhovskaya substation was damaged as a result of the shelling. A fire broke out in the field due to a power line break; it is being extinguished,’ he wrote.
Zaporozhye NPP is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. It was built on the banks of the Kakhovka reservoir in the city of Energodar in the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine.
The southern and central parts of this region, in particular Energodar and the territory of the nuclear power plant itself, are controlled by Russian forces. Meanwhile, the station is still managed by Ukrainian operators (the nuclear power plant is a separate division of the Ukrainian Energoatom).
In recent months, the military-civilian administration, which was formed on the territory controlled by Russian troops, has repeatedly reported shelling the territory of the nuclear power plant from Ukraine.
The Russian authorities warned that strikes on the station could lead to catastrophic consequences that would affect not only the territory of Ukraine, the republics of Donbass and Russia, but also European countries.
The Ukrainian Energoatom claims that Russia plans to switch the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant to Crimea, to other power lines. Some of the lines that now power the nuclear power plant was damaged by shelling, for which Russia blames Ukraine.
Because of the attacks on the nuclear power plant, Moscow demanded that a meeting of the UN Security Council be convened on August 11. And the G7 countries (Great Britain, USA, France, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan) called on Russia to immediately transfer the nuclear power plant to Kyiv’s control. Source. YOU ARE READING THIS STORY BECAUSE MICHAEL IN THE US HELPED WITH A DONATION
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