Russians do not change themselves, and on the territory of Ukraine, they continue to do what they do best — break the law.
On October 1, Energoatom зresident Piotr Kotin announced that the Russians had again kidnapped an employee of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Ihor Murashov, the general director of the plant. Murashov is responsible for the nuclear and radiation safety of Europe's largest nuclear power plant. His abduction could damage the stability of the work of ZNPP, which is a direct act of Russian nuclear terrorism.
While no person at the station monitors the safety of the operation of the entire production, the Russians continue to work on connecting ZNPP to the Russian energy sector. Moreover, the Russians continue to hold the nuclear plant personnel hostage, beat and rape them. The head of the State nuclear regulatory inspectorate, Hryhorii Plachkov, said that the invaders mined 2 power units at the station, which are currently in a state of cold shutdown.
"We are receiving reports of harassment of plant personnel, as well as attempts by Russia to transfer the Zaporizhzhia NPP under the jurisdiction of Russia. It is also known that the first and second blocks are mined," Hryhorii Plachkov.
Nothing has changed since the visit of the IAEA delegation to the ZNPP territory.