The Russian special services torture the employees of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant so that they do not “say too much” to the inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (Aiea): according to Energoatom, the Ukrainian national company for the production of nuclear energy, according to what Ukrinform reports.
According to Energoatom, Moscow’s goal is to prevent plant personnel from telling IAEA inspectors about the safety risks of the plant. The company reports on Telegram the claims of a plant employee that the Russians arrest Ukrainian personnel and send them to the basement: “People come back from these ‘conversations’ in the basement and don’t say a word. It won’t be a surprise if during the mission visit they will suddenly start saying what they have been told, “explained the employee.
“We are worried about the possible visit of the IAEA representatives – continued the employee -. Because the Russians will organize provocations and then they will blame Ukraine. It seems that this is exactly what they intend to do”.
Furthermore, according to the employees of the plant, Moscow will minimize the presence of Ukrainian personnel and will put several Russian representatives in every room of the control center “who will shout loudly that they were waiting for the ‘liberation’ from the Kiev regime”. IAEA inspectors plan to visit the Zaporizhzhia plant early next week.
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