The new “management” of Zaporizhzhya Nucear Power Plant requires employees to sign a contract with a Russian “Rosatom” company .
After the occupiers created a new company to manage the captured ZNPP, the new “managers” have problems with setting up a work. First of all, russians fail to start the nuclear power plant at full capacity. Including the fact that NPP employees refuse to sign new contracts with “Rosatom”. Despite the pressure from the occupiers, the ZNPP staff monitors the condition of the power units and ensures their operation.
During the temporary occupation, more than 80% of the civilian population left the city of Energodar, where the NPP is located.
The Center of National Resistance calls on all citizens in the temporarily occupied territories to leave for the controlled territory of Kyiv. In this way, you will help the Armed Forces to liberate our land and speed up our victory.