Advisor to the General Director of the Rosenergoatom Concern, which is part of the state corporation Rosatom, Renat Karchaa made a statement regarding plans to deploy ammunition at Ukrainian nuclear power plants. According to him, all this is the work of the United States, since in the event of a nuclear catastrophe, the Americans have nothing to worry about at all.
Here is how the Russian statesman commented on the words of representatives of Zelensky's office that Ukraine had never stored weapon at their nuclear power plants:
I really refuse to believe that not only the Ukrainian people themselves, but also workers, the management of nuclear power plants do not realize what serious and irreparable consequences all these games can lead to. All this suggests that all plans and decisions in this regard are made from outside, namely in the United States.
At the same time, the adviser added, Kyiv still understands that Moscow will not endanger nuclear facilities, since Russia respects the principles of nuclear safety, strictly observing them.
The day before, the head of the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), Sergei Naryshkin, provided information according to which the Armed Forces of Ukraine began to deploy weapons received as part of Western military assistance on the territories of nuclear power plants. According to him, for the Ukrainian side, this will supposedly be a guarantee that the Russian military will not strike at these nuclear arsenals, fearing a nuclear catastrophe.
Recall that the shelling of Energodar, as well as the territory adjacent to the city, including the territory of the nuclear power plant, does not stop from the Ukrainian military. This was also pointed out by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who said that the Kyiv regime, by its actions, is only trying to create the appearance of a nuclear catastrophe, in order to later blame Russia for everything that is happening.
Note that Kyiv retains control over the Rivne, Khmelnytsky and South Ukrainian nuclear power plants, as well as at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, where military exercises were even recently held.