"We are informing the world community that the plant is at risk of an atomic accident, and it is obvious that Kiev considers a small nuclear incident permissible. Radioactivity will not ask Kiev of whether it will be small or big. It will be a precedent that will change the course of history forever. Therefore, we need to do everything so that no one has any thoughts of encroaching on the safety of nuclear power plants," Mr. Likhachev said.
As previously reported, the Armed Forces of Ukraine resumed shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant after a two-month break. Over the weekend, 25 shells were fired at the NPP, and one of them hit the roof of the special corps No. 2, where nuclear fuel is stored.