DENYS KARLOVKSYI — FRIDAY, 11 MARCH 2022, 13:45
Ukrainian intelligence has information that the Russian aggressors are preparing a terrorist attack on the "exclusion zone" in Chornobyl and plan to blame Ukraine.
Source: Chief Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence
Quote: "According to information available, Vladimir Putin has ordered the preparation of a terrorist attack on the Chornobyl nuclear power plant.
The Russian-controlled Chornobyl nuclear power plant plans to create a man-made catastrophe, for which the occupiers will try to shift responsibility on Ukraine.
That is, as he is not getting the desired result from the military ground operation or direct negotiations, Putin is ready to resort to nuclear blackmail against the world community for the sake of concessions in support of Ukraine.
Now, Ukraine, the world, and Russia itself understand that the statements about Ukraine's involvement in the creation of a nuclear threat are just a staging of a mediocre scenario. "
Details: The plant is currently cut off from the electricity and is disconnected from the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) monitoring systems.
The Russian aggressors do not allow the Ukrainian repair crew. Instead, so-called "nuclear energy specialists" from Belarus came in, but under their guise, groups of Russian saboteurs came in to organize a terrorist attack.
For the sake of propaganda, the Russian invaders are preparing fake "evidence" of the involvement of Ukrainian defenders in the terrorist attack.
Allegedly, on the territory of the Antonov airport in Gostomel, the scouts of the Chief Directorate of Intelligence of Ukraine noticed refrigerator cars of the Russian occupiers. According to the available information of Ukrainian intelligence, the Russians are collecting the bodies of fallen Ukrainian soldiers to take them to the Chornobyl nuclear power plant and show them as "killed saboteurs of Ukraine '' for propaganda.
- On March 9, the IAEA denied that Belarusian specialists had connected the plant to Belarus' energy system.
- On February 24, the day of the start of Russia's full-scale war against Ukraine, the Russian aggressors, in an attempt to attack Kyiv, established control over the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone by taking hostages. On March 9, the IAEA lost contact with the Chernobyl monitoring systems.
- Due to negligence, the aggressors probably moved to the forbidden areas or touched objects with significant radiation pollution, as a result of which they are exposed to strong radiation.
- On the night of March 4, the Russian aggressors invaded the territory of the Zaporozhye NPP, firing artillery, tanks, and small arms. A fire broke out at one of the NPP buildings, due to which an increased level of nuclear danger was announced.
- On March 8, the Ukrainian government appealed to the International Atomic Energy Agency to ban the Russian occupiers from approaching Ukraine's nuclear power plants within a 30-kilometre radius.