The occupation administration gathered the leading personnel at the seized Zaporizhzhia NPP and stated that now the plant is in the ownership of Rosatom.
This was reported by the head of SE NNEGC Energoatom Petro Kotin.
"Today, representatives of the so-called civil-military administration came to the plant and gathered the management. They do not reveal their names—they only say that they are representatives of the civil-military administration," Kotin informed.
According to him, the occupiers told the management that now the plant is under the authority of Rosatom and it no longer belongs to Ukraine.
"They say they will be here for a long time and this is now the territory of the horde, so the nuclear power plant must work in accordance with the orders of Rosatom," Kotin reported.
At the moment, two power units of the Zaporizhzhia NPP are operating in the network. Two 750 kV high-voltage lines remain disconnected due to damage: Zaporizhzhia and Pivdenno-Donbas lines.