Russia is the only state in the modern world that directly threatens the world with nuclear war. Every day, Russia fires at nuclear plants in Ukraine and uses them as military bases. In turn, Ukraine began to take global steps to counter Russian nuclear blackmail.
On February 5, the sanctions of the National security and defence council of Ukraine against 200 legal entities of the nuclear industry of the aggressor country entered into force for 50 years.
"Russian missiles repeatedly followed trajectories over Ukraine's nuclear facilities. Also, the terrorist state uses the nuclear industry as one of the elements of external expansion. To put pressure on other states. To create corresponding threats to the sovereignty of other states. All these are sufficient reasons for Russia's nuclear industry to be under global sanctions. We are working on it with our partners," Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Among those who were unlucky for half a century are Rosatom and its subsidiary offices, several research institutes and industrial sites, and a monument to degraded Russian culture — the joint-stock company Operating organization of the Zaporizhzhia NPP.