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About our ZNPP news

Latest news on the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP), a nuclear power station in southeastern Ukraine that is the largest in Europe and among the 10 largest in the world.

The plant has been under Russian occupation since March 2022, when Russian forces captured it during the Battle of Enerhodar of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. Russia has turned it into a military base from which it has bombarded Ukrainian towns across the reservoir.

Ukraine's President Zelenskiy has warned that Russia could be ready to provoke a localised explosion at the plant, which could lead to a radiation release. He cited Ukrainian intelligence as the source of his information and called for greater international attention to the situation at the facility.

Ukraine's military intelligence agency (GUR) has claimed that Russian troops are reducing their presence at the plant, with staff told to relocate to Crimea and military patrols scaled back. The agency's chief, Kyrylo Budanov, has alleged that Moscow has approved a plan to blow up the station and has mined four of the six power units, as well as a cooling pond

Ukraine has conducted nuclear disaster response drills in the vicinity of the plant, regional officials said.

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