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Chernobyl Russian troops leave nuclear power plant: “acute radiation sickness”

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Published: Today 14.04

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Several Russian forces have left the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

Behind the retreat is acute radiation sickness, according to a Ukrainian government official.

– If I had had some intelligence, this could have been avoided, says Yaroslav Yemelianenko, who works in the Chernobyl forbidden zone.

Last night, according to the AFP news agency, several Russian troops left the area around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

But the pace of the peace talks is not behind the withdrawal, according to several media outlets.

Seven buses full of Russian soldiers went to a radiotherapy center in Gomel, Belarus, writes the Ukrainian Pravda with reference to Belarusian Gayun.

State-owned company Energoatom, which operates the four nuclear power plants in Ukraine, previously reported that Russian soldiers have been exposed to radiation and, according to Pravda, troops from the area are routinely sent to the center in Belarus.

full screen Satellite image of Chernobyl. Photo: MAXAR / AP

Excavated in the radioactive forest

Yaroslav Yemelianenko, a security agency official in Chernobyl, said Russian troops suffered from acute radiation sickness after digging trenches in a radioactive forest.

“Have you dug ditches in the Red Forest, fools? There are rules for dealing with this sector. If you had had any intelligence among officers or soldiers, these consequences could have been avoided,” he writes. Facebook.

full screen Russian soldiers in Ukraine. Archive from mid-March. Photo: Russian Ministry of Defense / EyePress News / ShutterstockPublished:

Published: March 31, 2022 at 14.04