There are signs Russians may leave ZNPP president of Energoatom

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Petro Kotin, president of the national nuclear power company Energoatom, reported that there are signs that the occupiers may be preparing to abandon the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant.
Source: Kotin on the 24/7 national joint newscast
Quote: “In the last few weeks we have received information that they [the occupiers – ed. Red.] may be preparing to leave the ZNPP.
First, there have been many reports in Russian media recently about how Russians may have to leave the ZNPP and hand it over to the IAEA. You know, I get the impression they're packing their bags and stealing everything they see."
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Details: Kotin stressed that "it is too early to say that the Russian armed forces are leaving the ZNPP", but it seems that they are "preparing" for it.
He also noted that the Russian armed forces "filled the ZNPP area with everything: military equipment, personnel, trucks, probably with weapons and explosives" and mined the territory of the power plant.
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