Zaporizhzhya NPP reported whether there was a radiation threat

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Nuclear terrorism: Zaporizhzhya NPP reported whether there is a radiation threat

The Russians are shelling a nuclear power plant.



At the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, captured by Russian military personnel, no radiation threat has yet been recorded. However, the situation may change if the invaders continue shelling the object. This was stated by the head of the Zaporizhia OVA Oleksandr Starukh on the air of the telethon.

He noted that specialists constantly carry out appropriate measurements, both within the station itself and within the Energodar.

I want to calm everyone down for now. Now it is 8-12 microroentgen. But this does not mean that the occupiers cannot do something, he warned.

According to him, after the recent attacks, rescuers quickly localized the damage. Now only 5 and 6 power units are operating at nuclear power plants.

Starukh added that the reaction of international organizations to the provocations of the Russian occupiers at the Zaporozhye NPP was not tough enough.

Russia continues nuclear terror and blackmail, he stressed.

According to Energoatom , on the evening of August 6, the Russian invaders once again fired rockets at the ZNPP site. They hit near the station's dry storage facility for spent nuclear fuel (SHSF).

The dry storage contains 174 containers, each of which contains 24 assemblies of spent nuclear fuel, Energoatom clarifies.

The company believes that the Russians fired aiming.

The Russian military also fired near the territory of the building structures plant and at the Energodar water intake.

This time, a nuclear catastrophe was miraculously avoided, but miracles cannot last forever. We urgently need to put an end to the actions of Russian nuclear terrorists in order to save Ukraine and the world from a nuclear catastrophe, Energoatom said in a statement.

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