Putin decrees Zaporizhzhia NPP to be handed over to Russia

STANISLAV POHORILOV — WEDNESDAY, 5 OCTOBER 2022, 18:05
PHOTO: ENERGOATOM
The President of the aggressor country, Vladimir Putin, signed a decree according to which the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP), captured by the invaders, will be handed over to Russia.
Source: Russian propaganda news agency TASS
Quote: "The government of the Russian Federation should ensure that the nuclear power plants of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant and other property necessary for its activities pass into federal ownership."
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Putin also instructed his government to work out "the details of the operation of the facility, the issuance of licenses and other aspects of regulating the activities of the ZNPP" by 2028.
Background:
The Russians occupied the ZNPP on March 4, and since then the invaders have been regularly shelling the facility, threatening a nuclear catastrophe.
The Russian state-owned company Rosatom has set up a Moscow-registered joint-stock company called “Operating Organization of Zaporizhzhia NPP” to manage the occupied ZNPP.
On October 1, Russians kidnapped the general director of the ZNPP, Ihor Murashov. It was reported that his whereabouts were unknown. He was released on October 3.
On October 5, Petro Kotin, president of Energoatom, the national nuclear power generation company, assumed the duties of general director of Zaporizhia NPP.
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