The size of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant is incomparable even with the infamous Chernobyl plant. So the consequences of destroying it are a lot worse than it was in 1986.
The Russian army, using its technology, went all the way to this facility. The troops could not be stopped, so when they reached their target, they began to attack the entire world.
The enemy continuously shelled the power station from land and air, causing a fire in the territory. After the firefighters arrived at the scene, the shelling did not stop. Russia fired both at the defenders of Ukraine and the station.
Ukrainian politicians called for a ceasefire. Russian billionaire Oleh Derypaska joined them.
"Peace is very important! Delaying negotiations is crazy. Ukraine has long been a nuclear state. In addition to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, there are 15 nuclear power units and three storage facilities with spent nuclear fuel. Any incident at these facilities and we have to deal with the consequences for another 200 years," said a Russian businessman.
Just before 6 a.m., the Russians let rescue workers in. People of Chechen nationality also entered the territory. According to some employees, they are mining a nuclear power plant.
As of 9 am on March 4, 2022, the Russian army remained in control of the power station.