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Russian invaders preparing for defence of Enerhodar, barracks got moved to basements

Friday, 13 January 2023, 19:51
Russian invaders preparing for defence of Enerhodar, barracks got moved to basements

The Russian invaders are preparing to defend the city of Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, by setting up barracks and ammunition storage points in the basements of residential buildings. 

Source: Energoatom, Ukraine's state company that runs all nuclear power plants in this country

Quote: "The Russian invaders in the satellite city of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Station are setting up barracks and ammunition storage points in the basements of residential buildings. Thus, hiding behind the citizens of Enerhodar, the invaders are trying to protect their military in the event of an offensive by the Armed Forces of Ukraine."

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Details: Energoatom reports that the city records several cases of the Russian military using the basements of civilian buildings as places of permanent deployment, even equipping them with beds.

The company clarifies that we are talking, for example, about the basement of the building where the Department of Social Programs is located, on Kurchatov Street, 10. As of now, according to the information from Energoatom, about 50 occupiers live there.

Quote: "The invaders in Enerhodar are constantly bringing some large boxes into the basements of residential buildings, probably with weapons or explosives. This happens at night, and while the ‘process’ continues, several occupiers look over the windows of the house in order to protect themselves from unwanted witnesses."

More details: Energoatom notes that Russian invaders carried out similar works in several residential buildings of the fifth and seventh micro-districts of the city.

In addition, Energoatom reports the presence of a large amount of explosives in the "building of the communications centre, near the city executive committee".

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