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Conflicts, Military and WarAn air raid alert was announced in the Zaporizhzhia NPP area

An air raid alert was announced in the Zaporizhzhia NPP area

IAEA: an alarm was declared in the area of ​​the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant on May 8 and 9 due to the threat of a UAV attack

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In the area of ​​the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the alarm was declared twice due to the threat of a UAV attack. The International Atomic Energy Agency reported this on its website.

According to the IAEA, on May 8, the UAV alarm threat was in effect for about one and a half hours. Also, the alarm was announced on May 9, which is why the team of experts’ tour of the station’s perimeter was postponed. There are no reports of explosions at the nuclear power plant itself.

“With regard to the staffing situation at the plant, the nuclear power plant told the IAEA team that it currently has about 5,000 employees, which is more than last year, but still significantly less than before the conflict,” the agency said.

On May 4, Ukrainian Armed Forces drones attacked a medical unit in Energodar.

Prior to this, the head of the IAEA, Rafael Grossi, supported the transfer of six ZNPP power units to cold shutdown mode.


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