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Russian troops stole ‘radioactive materials’ from Chernobyl nuclear power plant which is ‘deadly’

by LLB staff reporter
10th Apr 22 5:24 pm

The Ukrainian authorities have warned that Russian forces stole “radioactive materials” from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

The radioactive substances are lethal, Ukraine’s State Agency for Managing the Exclusion Zone said Russian soldiers had entered a storage area and taken 133 radioactive substances.

Read more on Russia-Ukraine war:

Russian troops received significant doses of radiation from Chernobyl and potentially contaminated others in Ukraine

Seven bus loads of Russian soldiers flee Chernobyl and one painfully ‘dies from radiation poisoning’

Russian troops evacuated from Chernobyl nuclear power plant with ‘acute radiation sickness’

United Nations Security Council strongly urged to ‘immediately’ place an ‘Exclusion Zone around Chernobyl’

The nuclear power plant was under Russian control for almost a month, but the site was recently handed back to Ukraine.

Seven bus loads of Russian troops fled Chernobyl to a special medical facility in Belarus after becoming sick with radioactive poisoning, which left two dead.

The agency warned, “Even a small portion of this activity is deadly dangerous when unprofessional and uncontrollable behaviour with it.”

A statement added that the authorities have no idea where the radioactive material is.

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