There are signs that the Russian invaders may be preparing to leave the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant in Energodar. But it is too early to say that they are leaving the ZNPP, Kostin, the head of the Energoatom Petr Kotin.
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“In recent weeks, we have been receiving information that there are signs that they may be going to leave the Zaporozhye NPP,” he said.
According to Kotin, publications began to appear in the Russian press that the Zaporizhzhya NPP could be left – perhaps transferred under the control of the IAEA.
“It seems that they are packing their bags, stealing everything they can find,” said the head of Energoatom.
But also it’s too early to say that the Russian military is leaving from thereadded Kotin.
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