The Russian occupiers are calculating possible exit scenarios at the Zaporizhzhya NPP, Energoatom reports.
"At the ZNPP, the Russian occupiers are calculating probable exit scenarios and marking equipment that can be stolen from the plant," Energoatom noted.
According to NAEK, the Energy Donors report that the Center for Training Repair and Management Personnel of Energoatom, created on the basis of the Zaporizhzhya NPP training center, attracted special attention of the invaders. "This is a unique facility where nuclear scientists from many countries of the world on full-scale models of equipment acquire rare practical skills necessary for their operation and repair at nuclear power plants," the company explains.
As noted, not only Energoatom (500 million hryvnias), but also the European Union (almost 13 million euros) invested significant funds for the creation of the Center.
"Inspecting the NTC building, the security guards who came to the ZNPP as "nuclear specialists" made lists of equipment that "must be dismantled" (read - stolen) from the nuclear plant in the event of a retreat," the NAEK noted.
The Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant has been under occupation for a year.