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Ukraine: brought children from Chernobyl to Italy, fearful of power plants

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(ANSA) – ORVIETO (TERNI), 04 MAR – “If tonight the Russian attack had blown up the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia it would have been a disaster for humanity”: Giulia Evanova, the interpreter who at the beginning of the nineties of the last century he had accompanied the children of Chernobyl to Orvieto and neighboring towns for three or four years for “rehabilitation stays”, which allowed the little ones to live a period away from radiation.

Giulia, together with her husband and son, immediately after the invasion of Russia, managed to escape from Kiev in recent days, to find refuge in Lviv, from where she answers the phone. “We were really scared last night. People of my generation – she says – she knows very well what the consequences of a radioactive leak are, everyone remembers Chernobyl”. “But the plant targeted a few hours ago – explains the woman – is much, much bigger than Chernobyl. Better not think about what could have happened”. (HANDLE).

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