“It has been confirmed that the invaders seized the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and other facilities in the exemption zone and marched in two columns towards the Ukrainian border of the Republic of Belarus,” Energoatom said in a telegram statement.
On April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl No. 4 reactor exploded, killing at least 30 people. Countless others died of radiation symptoms in the following years.
In late February, during the first week of the war, the plant and its environs fell into the hands of Russian troops.
Energoatom said on Thursday that Russian troops had withdrawn and announced their intention to hand over control to Ukrainian personnel.
It released a copy of the formal letter, allegedly signed by a representative of Russia’s National Guard, a representative of Russia’s nuclear company Rosatom, and the Chernobyl plant shift manager. Chernobyl nuclear power plant. “
“The management of the protected facility has not made any claim regarding the troops of the National Guard of the Russian Federation,” the letter said.
Radiation says: Energoatom’s telegram report, a Ukrainian slander for Russians combining the words “fascist” and “racist” – a small number of “racists” – stayed at the station.
“It should be noted that the information about the forts and moats built by the Rashis in the most polluted red forest in the entire exemption zone has also been confirmed,” Energottam said.
“Therefore, it is not surprising that the invaders received a significant amount of radiation, panicked at the first sign of the disease. It emerged very quickly. As a result, almost a riot broke out among the military and they began to collect from there,” the report continued.
CNN could not immediately verify those requests.