Russia wants to bolster air defenses around the occupied Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine. This was announced by the head of the separatist civil administration in the region Yevgeny Balizky, according to the Russian news agency RIA Novosti. Europe’s largest nuclear power plant is operating normally, damaged power connections have been repaired. Recently, Moscow and Kiev repeatedly accused each other of bombing the site of the power plant.
To the knowledge of the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS), no radioactive radiation escaped in the course of the hostilities surrounding the Ukrainian nuclear power plant. “There is no evidence of the possible release of radioactive materials in Ukraine,” the Federal Bureau of the Funk Media Group said. According to BfS, all available radioactive readings were “in the normal range”.
‘No acute danger’
“The BfS does not see any acute danger from the release of radioactive material, but shares concerns about the long-term safe operation of the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia,” said the authority headed by President Inge Paolini.
The Austrian Ministry of Climate Protection announced on Saturday that there is currently no danger to Austria. As a result, radiation early warning systems in Ukraine and Austria showed no increased readings.
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