The Russian administration of the occupied city of Enerhodar, where the nuclear plant is located, said this, denying Moscow’s withdrawal from the site
There Zaporizhzhia power plant remains under Russian control. This was stated by the Russian administration of the occupied city of Enerhodar, where the nuclear plant is located. The announcement comes after the head of Ukraine’s state-owned nuclear energy company yesterday said there were signs that Russian forces may be preparing to leave the occupied plant. Petro Kotin, director of Energoatom, had told national television: “In recent weeks we are actually receiving information that signs have appeared that they may be preparing to leave the plant. One gets the impression that they are packing up and stealing everything they can.” “.
Today, however, the denial of the administration supported by Russia, who wrote on Telegram that “the media are actively spreading false news that Russia is planning to withdraw from Enerhodar and leave the nuclear power plant. This information is not true”.