Friday, March 11, 2022

REPORT: Russian Forces Turn Off Networks at Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, According to UN

Source: The Epoch Times

Published: March 6, 2022

By: Jack Phillips

Russian forces switched off some mobile networks and the Internet at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, said the U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Sunday.

In a statement, the IAEA’s chief, Rafael Mariano Grossi, said it meant that “reliable information from the site cannot be obtained through the normal channels of communication.”


“The deteriorating situation regarding vital communications between the regulator and the Zaporizhzhia [nuclear plant] is also a source of deep concern, especially during an armed conflict that may jeopardize the country’s nuclear facilities at any time,” his statement added.

Several days ago, fighting was reported around the Zaporizhzhia plant, one of the largest nuclear power plants in the world. There were erroneous reports from Ukrainian officials on social media that the power plant’s reactors caught on fire, suggesting a meltdown was imminent, as Russian officials alleged—without evidence—that Ukrainian forces provoked the Russian troops into firing on the plant.

Local officials in Ukraine confirmed later that Russian troops took over the plant. The IAEA also confirmed the development last week.

Amid the shelling and reports of a fire at an onsite training facility, some of the reactors were shut down and others were placed on low power, according to officials.

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