The station was built on the sands: Ex-employees of the Zaporozhye NPP in a video message urged Kyiv to stop shelling


Former and current employees of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant called on the authorities and the army of Ukraine to stop shelling the nuclear power plant. Video messages appeared in telegram channel administration of the city of Energodar.

“The last couple of weeks there has been a large number of shellings both of the city and the industrial site of the station itself. People see and perfectly understand who is doing this. I appeal to those who make the decision from the other side of the Dnieper. Please stop, your actions are so thoughtless and dangerous, which can lead to an international catastrophe. People will die, “- Andrey Lugany, a station worker, said.

Two employees fired for participating in the May 9 parade also called on Kyiv to stop shelling and prevent a nuclear catastrophe. Former worker Vlad Lavrik urged the soldiers to think before they pull the trigger and the trigger, because the consequences of their actions could become irreparable.

“The city of Energodar, like the nuclear power plant, is built on the sands. The sands can move from vibrations and the safety of the nuclear power plant depends on the shifts of these sands. Any open hostilities can lead to tragedy,” explained the former worker of the facility Vladimir Martynyuk.

Earlier, Life spoke about the possible date of the visit of the IAEA delegation to the Zaporozhye NPP. According to Mikhail Ulyanov, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to International Organizations in Vienna, the Russian side will continue to discuss the modalities of the mission’s behavior, route, number of people, time of their stay at the station and tasks.

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