100 Zaporizhzhia NPP workers signed contracts with Russian occupiers – Enerhoatom

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Out of the 6,700 workers who remained to work at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, only a hundred started collaborating with Russia under pressure from the occupation forces. However, some members of the top management had willingly chosen to collaborate, the press service of Ukraine’s state nuclear operator Enerhoatom reports.

4,300 ZNPP workers had left the Russian-occupied territory.

Enerhoatom says that Russian reports that a thousand workers signed contracts with Russia’s Rosatom nuclear agency are not true.

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