In his opinion, if there has not yet been a nuclear incident, it is “rather despite than thanks.”
Karchaa stressed that, since the summer of last year, all threats to the ZNPP came from the territory controlled by the Ukrainian authorities. “This continues to this day,” the expert noted.
Earlier, an adviser to the head of Rosenergoatom announced the threat of flooding the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant if the dam on the Kakhovka reservoir breaks. He warned that such a scenario would create problems for the operation of nuclear power plants and risks to nuclear safety, as well as flooding in nearby communities.