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Occupants interrogate and threaten ZNPP employees and their families — National Resistance Center

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The Russians persist in exerting pressure on Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant employees who, despite refusing cooperation, remain in Enerhodar. Occupiers are summoning these specialists for interrogation and issuing threats to their families.

This was reported by the National Resistance Centre.

«Due to the unique and intricate nature of their profession, the occupiers struggle to enlist new workers for the station, given the shortage of specialists across the Russian Federation. Existing station employees are barred from work but are continually summoned for interrogation and subjected to threats against their families», – the statement conveyed.

According to the National Resistance Centre, the Russian administration simultaneously denies any personnel shortage, a claim debunked by the National Resistance Centre.

«Currently, the plant is not generating electricity and is essentially being used as a tool of blackmail in the hands of the occupiers», – concluded the National Resistance Centre.

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