The occupiers dragged military equipment and explosives into the engine room of the Zaporizhzhya NPP power unit 

The Russian military dragged at least 14 units of heavy military equipment with ammunition, weapons and explosives to the engine room of the first power unit of the Zaporizhzhya NPP.

This was reported in “Energoatom”.

The entire arsenal of imported heavy equipment with all ammunition is currently located very close to the equipment that ensures the operation of the turbogenerator. In particular, in the immediate vicinity of the main oil tank, which contains flammable oil that cools the steam turbine. There is also explosive hydrogen, which is used to cool the generator.

In addition, enemy equipment made it impossible for specialized fire engines and other vehicles to access the control room of power unit No. 1.

“Energoatom once again insists on the need to release the Zaporizhia NPP as soon as possible and again appeals to the international community to take measures for this, because only Ukraine can guarantee the smooth and safe operation of the ZNPP!” – says the message.



  1. The cockroach army uses the civilian population as human shields all the time, so they figured they can also use a nuclear power plant as a shield.
    Whatever evil deeds you can think of, the mafiosi in mafia land can top it.

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    • And these, the same monkeys from Moscow that thought Chernobyl was just a fake story to scare children, are creating the conditions for a 2nd Chernobyl.
      Any statement from the UN?
      Any statement from the EU?
      Any statement from NATO?
      …it was silent before Chernobyl too…………

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