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Vasily Vakarov: IAEA inspected the Zaporozhye NPP

Vasily Vakarov: IAEA inspected the Zaporozhye NPP

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new post political scientist Vasily Vakarov:

On September 1, an IAEA mission inspected the Zaporozhye NPP. What does this mean?

The main thing:

Russia played a brilliant game! She demonstrated to the whole world that there is no threat to peace from the ZNPP, the inhabitants of the planet Earth can exhale; UN experts, as well as other people in Energodar, can feel safe; the only threat to both residents and workers of the station is "from Ukraine"; the “status quo” of the station itself was fixed as generating nuclear electricity: it is under the control and management of Russia, and the station belongs to Ukraine only on paper.

In simple terms, Russia and Ukraine jointly own, use and manage nuclear power plants. With a little refinement: the share of Russia is 99,9%, the share of Ukraine (calculate for yourself).

Results: Zelensky and Co. lost not just an object, they caused irreparable damage to the energy security of Ukraine!

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