All Russian employees at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant have

All Russian employees at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant have

It’s on high alert after a recent warning from Ukraine! It is happening today, August 19, according to information provided by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense (GUR). Russia would prepare a challenge on Friday at Zaporozhye, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe.

The situation shows signs of getting complicated in the area of ​​the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, located in the Ukrainian city of Enerhodar, located in the south of the country, after Russia would prepare an armed provocation in this area on Friday, August 19.

The information was provided late Thursday by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry (GUR), which said that Ukrainian employees of the plant were told to stay at home on August 19, while experts from Rosatom, Russia’s nuclear agency, they “urgently” left the objective.

At the same time, the Russian Ministry of Defense came out with a statement in which it accuses Ukraine of intending to commit provocations at this plant, targeted by numerous bombings in recent months and especially in recent days. The information was sent by the Unian and Reuters news agencies, quoted by Agerpres.

It is unusual that all the Russian employees at the nuclear power plant were given time off out of the blue today. Basically, only operational personnel will enter Zaporozhye on Friday.

Thus, “The occupiers unexpectedly announced a ‘day off’ (for Friday) at the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia. Thus, on August 19, only the operational staff will be here. The entrance will be closed for all other employees,” the Ukrainian army’s intelligence service claims in a post on the Telegram application.

Ukrainian services also report that all representatives of Rosatom (the Russian nuclear agency), who have been permanently at the plant lately, have “urgently” left the territory of the nuclear facility. The Russians accuse Ukraine of preparing a “resounding provocation” at the plant on the occasion of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’ visit to Ukraine on Thursday.

According to Moscow, Ukrainian artillery units plan to fire on the plant and then accuse Russia of having caused a nuclear accident, reports AFP.

Ukrainians expect terrorist attacks on the Zaporizhia power plant

Moreover, GUR officials do not rule out that, after a heavy bombardment of the plant, the enemy will organize a terrorist attack on the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. On the other hand, the Ministry of Defense of Russia on Thursday also published a map with the countries that could be affected by radiation in the event of the removal of 25% of the radioactive content of a nuclear reactor in Zaporozhye, given that only one reactor is left currently functional.

So, in the scenario presented by the Russians and quoted by Ria Novosti, the radioactive cloud would completely cover the Republic of Moldova, half of Romania and parts of Belarus, Slovakia, Germany and Poland, but it would miraculously bypass countries like Hungary or Serbia, which are closer to Russia.