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Zaporozhye NPP passed into federal ownership of Russia

Zaporozhye NPP passed into federal ownership of RussiaZaporozhye NPP, which Zelensky was counting on in anticipation of the cold weather, no longer belongs to the energy system of Ukraine, the nuclear power plant passed into the federal ownership of Russia along with the territory of the region. The corresponding decree was signed today by Russian President Vladimir Putin..

By his decree, Putin instructed the Russian government to accept the Zaporizhzhya NPP as federal property, and all objects, related. The government should also create a federal state unitary enterprise “Zaporozhye NPP” to ensure the safety of the station. A number of other documents were also signed today, which will determine all future activities of the new Russian nuclear power plant.

The Government of the Russian Federation to ensure the adoption of the objects of use of atomic energy of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant and other property into federal ownership, necessary for the implementation of its activities- says in the decree.

Recall, that Zaporozhye NPP is currently not operating, all power units are muffled due to constant shelling from the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Also, the threat of Ukrainian landing with the capture of the station still remains..

Zaporozhye nuclear power plant (ZAES) considered the largest energy facility in Europe, its power is 6 thousand megawatts. The station uses VVER-1000 reactors, the first power unit began to work in 1984 year, the rest were put into operation in stages up to 1995 of the year. The nuclear power plant is located on the banks of the Kakhovka reservoir in the Zaporozhye region of Russia in the city of Energodar. In recent years, due to constant emergency shutdowns, no more than two power units were constantly working..

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