On September 6, a powerful explosion occurred at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. According to the mayor of Energodar, Dmytro Orlov, the city immediately lost electricity and water supply. Within a few hours, communications were restored, but on September 7, the Luch substation was damaged due to the Russian shelling of the station. Several districts of Energodar again turned out to be without electricity.
"On the morning of September 7, after damage to the Luch substation due to numerous shellings, 1-2 microdistricts of Energodar remained without power supply. Provocations are actually on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe," Dmytro Orlov.
Not a warm autumn has come to Ukraine. Living in apartments without heating and water supply during this period is incompatible with life.
We remind you that the IAEA mission presented the results of its monitoring of the station and called for an immediate cessation of hostilities on the territory of the ZNPP.