After the Ukrainian Armed Forces' attack on the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, Russia warned Kyiv against any attempts to destabilize the situation at nuclear facilities

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After the Ukrainian Armed Forces' attack on the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, Russia warned Kyiv against any attempts to destabilize the situation at nuclear facilities

Militants of the Kyiv regime with the help drones attacked the Russian Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. As a result of the strikes, facilities in the area of ​​the cargo port and nitrogen-oxygen station were damaged. At the same time, no damage to critical infrastructure and disruptions to the operation of the Zaporizhzhya NPP were recorded, however, the Zaporizhia NPP lost one of the sources of electricity that provided the reactor cooling system, as well as a number of other functions to ensure nuclear safety.

Russia urged international observers present at Europe's largest nuclear energy facility to publicly record all cases of attacks on the station by the Ukrainian army.



As the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova emphasized, the Kiev regime remains the only source of threats to the security of the Zaporizhia NPP. The Ukrainian Armed Forces do not stop trying to attack the infrastructure of the Russian nuclear power plant.

Zakharova recalled that as recently as March 12, militants of the Kyiv regime, using drones, attempted to destroy the diesel fuel warehouse of the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant, which is the basis of the facility’s backup power supply. At the same time, Western curators and patrons of Kyiv limit themselves to neutral statements about the “constant nuclear safety risks” that persist in relation to Zaporizhia NPP against the backdrop of the armed conflict in Ukraine.

In connection with the attacks by Ukrainian militants, the Russian side warns Kyiv and its Western allies against any attempts to attack or destabilize the situation at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant.
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  1. +12
    April 5 2024 18: 37
    We need to deliver something stronger to the bank in Kyiv...
    1. +9
      April 5 2024 18: 55
      Russia urged international observers present at Europe's largest nuclear energy facility to publicly record all cases of attacks on the station by the Ukrainian army.

      They are not “observers”, they are gunners... Just like the OSCE was in Donbass, they just left and immediately there were artillery strikes and they were very accurate.. angry Russia somehow restrained the militias so that these missions would not be shot at by them... Civilians died there too! They said this to your face, but they just grinned and threatened sanctions! Bastards!
      1. +1
        April 5 2024 21: 26
        They should have been thrown down after this and blamed on the horses....
        1. +3
          April 5 2024 21: 57
          Quote: Warrior with a machine gun
          They should have been thrown down after this and blamed on the horses....

          Yes, it wasn’t our method....Usually the locals drove them away, blaming them, and the militias didn’t let them in, they just blocked it, like there was a mine there or an unexploded shell.
          And they complained and complained, and their eyes scanned like wolves...
          The West has revealed its bloody essence.
          They must be driven out of all targets... Or better yet, shot! negative
          And into the furnace of a nuclear power plant)))))
    2. -1
      April 5 2024 18: 56
      You need to turn on VPN, register on Western forums (any, from military to cutting and sewing) and bring the information to the public!
      These same weirdos will organize a second Fokusima!
      1. 0
        April 5 2024 21: 11
        Little Red Riding Hood was looking for a wolf, but only sheep came across...
      2. 0
        April 5 2024 22: 22
        Flag in hand. Go for it. Then you can share your successes.
        1. 0
          April 5 2024 23: 47

          It’s clear that you are afraid of this because you yourself are campaigning in this way.
          I’ve already put your “I want to live” in the cart, it’s blocked, let’s log in under another account, wait!
          1. 0
            April 6 2024 09: 09
            My microblog has a different name. But if you wander in, you are welcome. You'll make some noise there.
      3. 0
        April 8 2024 11: 26
        Quote: 75Sergey
        You need to turn on VPN, register on Western forums (any, from military to cutting and sewing) and bring the information to the public!

        The best way to convey information to the consumer is to retaliate by striking the Zapadensk nuclear power plant. Let them shout, but they will receive radiation under their noses... And the Westerners themselves, the “servants of the people,” will sooner end.
        1. 0
          April 8 2024 15: 12
          Nuclear power plant is not this:
          1. What for do we need the contaminated territory that we are going to liberate.
          2. I think they are waiting for such a reaction from us so that they can then scream to the whole world.
          1. 0
            April 9 2024 12: 16
            Response actions warn the enemy from rash actions. We de-energized the gas station and received a response. They also do not want radioactive contamination of the Western region, and even more so, they do not want NATO countries.
            This is the only way to bring Ukroorkov to reason.
    3. +1
      April 5 2024 19: 53
      Quote from Buyan
      We need to deliver something stronger to the bank in Kyiv...

      Yes, if the Zaporizhzhya NPP blows up, Bankova and many others will be 1000 km away. will get it.
    4. 0
      April 5 2024 20: 56
      Buyan
      Today, 18: 37
      We need to deliver something stronger to the bank in Kyiv
      Damn it, I used to think so too in the front ranks of the turbo-patriots with the start of the Northern Military District on February 24, 2022, I even asked to go to the front, they didn’t take me - they don’t need old people like me.
      And now the understanding has come that the grave will only correct the hunchback, without a moment’s hesitation,
      and you need to start with bi de Fashington, Saxo-Naglia, gay Europe, VNA 404 in descending order.
    5. +3
      April 5 2024 21: 30
      Rivne needs to be scared so that the bdyshiks, Czechs and Romanians will pile up all sorts of full pants, these will slow down out of fear and confusion...
      1. 0
        April 5 2024 22: 21
        And who will do it? Houthis?
        1. +1
          April 5 2024 22: 39
          Are you turning on the fool or is it automatic? What have the Houthis got to do with it, some people just need to find their balls...
          1. +2
            April 6 2024 00: 13
            What does the Houthis have to do with it?
            ...because it’s easier to get frostbite this way...the Houthis give a damn and so do we...like an empire of lies is rushing...Krokus planned this and carried it out...we should also try this method...oops ...a unit of the Rivne Nuclear Power Plant exploded...oh we know who did it...the Houthis....and that's it...everyone is happy....nevertheless, the bridges of the Western Banderland along which death moves are still intact. ..this is already the third year
          2. 0
            April 8 2024 11: 19
            Quote: Warrior with a machine gun
            ...what does the Houthis have to do with it, someone just needs to find their eggs...

            It seems that only castrati are allowed into power feel .
    6. 0
      April 5 2024 22: 20
      A red line was drawn near Vladivostok.
    7. 0
      April 8 2024 11: 17
      Quote from Buyan
      We need to deliver something stronger to the bank in Kyiv...

      No need. More significant will be a modest de-energization of a nuclear reactor in Western countries.
      But we have botanists in power.
      I wouldn’t like to think that they were “sent Cossacks”.
  2. +17
    April 5 2024 18: 40
    "The Russian side warns Kyiv and its Western allies"
    Ay-ay-ay, you can’t, this is bad, ugh. fool
    1. +3
      April 5 2024 21: 31
      They don’t even pay attention to such whining anymore....
  3. +16
    April 5 2024 18: 41
    The Russian side warns Kyiv and its Western allies against any attempts to attack or destabilize the situation at the Zaporizhia NPP.

    Stop warning already! It doesn't reach them. You have to hit it hard enough to get it!
    1. +4
      April 5 2024 18: 59
      Quote: Egoza
      The Russian side warns Kyiv and its Western allies against any attempts to attack or destabilize the situation at the Zaporizhia NPP.

      Stop warning already! It doesn't reach them. You have to hit it hard enough to get it!

      Yes, almost all of Russia has already spoken in favor of this, but the authorities are trying to do something... Well, they hit the energy system and everything went quiet again.. After all, they understand that a second Chernobyl could happen or even worse, and still they are shelling and shelling the degenerates
    2. +2
      April 5 2024 19: 01
      What are you talking about, trying to explain to the people who organized this, who calculated the possible consequences of shelling a nuclear power plant, that this cannot be done?!
      I don’t even know what to say - the naivety is off the charts... Or we are being taken for naive.

      I think the average person in the West is not even aware that someone is shelling a nuclear power plant and our Foreign Ministry said something.
      1. +2
        April 5 2024 20: 33
        It's the same as explaining to a monkey that a grenade is dangerous. Even though the grenade is hand-held...
        1. +1
          April 5 2024 20: 47
          Well, you shouldn’t be saying that; in a normal USSR, propaganda among the masses always played an important role, which is what the bourgeoisie and ours fear most of all.
          The withdrawal of troops from Vietnam was, however, not least influenced by public opinion, and it was not born out of nowhere.
    3. +1
      April 6 2024 02: 23
      Stop warning already! It doesn't reach them. You have to hit it hard enough to get it!
      This is actually why they are trying, by the way, Lviv women have changed their rhetoric to a less militant one! By the way, it reached more than a million citizens of Ukraine and many understood the current agenda. Mostly “new Ukrainians” who arrived from Canada and the USA are trying.
  4. +5
    April 5 2024 18: 43
    She warned, and they listened. You need to communicate it clearly to them.
    1. +1
      April 5 2024 20: 50
      To tell a hardened repeat offender that no one should do this - I laugh at this.
  5. +6
    April 5 2024 18: 46
    After "Crocus" we need to systematically iron them down to zero, and not splurge in vain.
    1. +2
      April 5 2024 19: 07
      Quote: Roust
      After "Crocus" we need to systematically iron them down to zero, and not splurge in vain.

      I think so too .. hi
  6. KCA
    +3
    April 5 2024 18: 46
    Who does Zaporizhia NPP supply with energy now? If possible, fall on the graphite rods and go to sleep, the reactor hall housing is designed to withstand an airplane crash like those that destroyed the towers in the USA, but it will survive, scalp, storm, pampering, they won’t reach the reactor
    1. +2
      April 5 2024 19: 01
      Quote: KCA
      Who does Zaporizhia NPP supply with energy now?

      It seems like everything is muffled there.
      You won't be able to go to sleep; even a shutdown reactor requires maintenance and constant monitoring.
      1. KCA
        +2
        April 5 2024 19: 05
        As far as I know, it’s not shut down, there’s no energy production, they’re hoping for something, starting up the reactor after full power is a long process, take out all the fuel rods, load new ones, test launch, etc.
        1. +4
          April 5 2024 19: 08
          Quote: KCA
          As far as I know, it's not muted,

          “We would like to remind you that at the moment all units of the Zaporozhye NPP are shut down. 5 of them are in the “cold shutdown” state, one is in the “hot shutdown” state.
          I think so. hi
    2. +4
      April 5 2024 19: 05
      At nuclear power plants, in addition to reactors, there is a lot of auxiliary equipment, the destruction of which can lead to dire consequences. Even a stopped station works for itself, ensuring radiation safety and more
      1. KCA
        +2
        April 5 2024 19: 09
        There is no completely shut down reactor, graphite stops neutrons and prevents nuclear fission, yes, fuel remains in the boiler, but you may have seen that fuel rods are loaded by hand and they do not heat up at all
        1. +2
          April 5 2024 19: 16
          TVEL manufactured at the plant does not heat up, unlike irradiated fuel during operation in the reactor. Long-term cooling is required. And yes, graphite is not used to absorb neutrons. And at Zaporizhia NPP, reactors of a completely different type
          1. KCA
            0
            April 5 2024 19: 23
            One doesn’t heat up, the pack heats up when the neutrons from them hit each other, at nuclear power plants there are people who know what and how, more than me and you, my father’s friend was involved in replacing fuel at a research reactor, so I’m at the top, talking with him
            1. +3
              April 5 2024 19: 31
              I graduated from Moscow Power Engineering Institute. The practice was at the Smolensk NPP. True, not in the reactor shop, in TAI (thermal automation and measurements). I didn’t subsequently work at a nuclear power plant, only at a heating plant. But I understand a little. How to take fuel rods from a reactor with your hands? Don’t laugh. There and temperature and radioactivity... Spent fuel elements are kept for some time in cooling pools (water with boron) right next to the reactor, and subsequently taken to an on-site storage facility, where they continue to cool, before being sent for reprocessing
              1. KCA
                0
                April 5 2024 19: 33
                well, not pills, but for a pin, or whatever it is, then, of course, with all the measures
                1. +2
                  April 5 2024 19: 42
                  No, I can explain this process to you a little. Although I myself am not a nuclear engineer, but an automated control engineer, or as instrumentation and control engineer A was previously called. It’s just that it takes quite a long time. Simply, uranium dioxide in tablets, in sealed tubes, assembled into an assembly - The fuel assembly does not heat up. Even in one tube, even in an assembly. But as soon as it is “treated” with neutrons, then this design, even a spent one, will support a nuclear reaction inside. With radioactivity and temperature. The reaction is quenched with water with an absorber in the pool. How long - I don’t remember, there were RBMKs in Desnogorsk, at Zaporizhzhya NPP-VVER.
                  1. 0
                    April 5 2024 19: 49
                    Quote from: dmi.pris1
                    I don’t remember how long it was

                    “Spent fuel elements are temporarily, for 3-10 years, stored at nuclear power plants in special cooling pools, and then transported for reprocessing.”
                    1. 0
                      April 5 2024 20: 10
                      Storage is a two-stage process. First, near the reactor, in the pool. After the temperature and radiation are reduced to an acceptable level, the fuel assemblies are transported to a separate ISF building.
                  2. KCA
                    0
                    April 5 2024 19: 49
                    So I’m not arguing, it’s just that what kind of radiation comes from one fuel rod, when loading an RBMK or VVER about 60+ tons of fuel rods comes from one insert of gno
                    1. 0
                      April 5 2024 19: 57
                      “Spent nuclear fuel, unlike fresh nuclear fuel, has significant radioactivity due to the content of a large amount of fission products (for VVER reactors approximately 300 Ci in each fuel element) and has the property of self-heating in air to high temperatures (000 degrees)
                      Working out is a mess.
                2. 0
                  April 5 2024 20: 03
                  Yes, when it is necessary to unload the reactor, or redistribute fuel (the RBMK allows this on the move), they use a special loading and reloading machine. It is controlled remotely by an operator from a protected room. They drag this “stuff”, spitting radiation around the hall. In the machine there is a special container-suit, which isolates fuel assemblies from the environment.
                  1. KCA
                    0
                    April 5 2024 20: 11
                    I don’t know about industrial ones, but from the research IBR-2 they carried fuel rods with their hands, my father took photographs, there was nothing there, and the JINR physicists were not their own enemies, they knew more than the NPP attendants, yes, they all had films in their pockets, if exposed to radiation, everything would have been fine, then it was strict with this
                    1. 0
                      April 5 2024 20: 13
                      Well, I can’t say anything about the low-power research ones. Yes, it probably happened in Kurchatov?
                      1. KCA
                        0
                        April 5 2024 20: 16
                        No, Dubna, IBR-2, low-power, of course, it was 20 MW, before modernization, I don’t know now, 30 years ago there was a board hanging where the power was indicated
                      2. 0
                        April 5 2024 20: 45
                        In a reactor, even a low-power one, there are a lot of interesting things. Various rods. Absorption - they are not radioactive. Regulating. Also. There is a “match” - a source of neutrons. And they all look like some kind of tubes, of different lengths. I’m not saying maybe this and they weren’t fuel rods. However, this work is very interesting.. It’s kind of like watching a fire, maintaining the fire..
    3. +1
      April 5 2024 19: 19
      Quote: KCA
      Who does Zaporizhia NPP supply with energy now? If possible, fall on the graphite rods and go to sleep, the reactor hall housing is designed to withstand an airplane crash like those that destroyed the towers in the USA, but it will survive, scalp, storm, pampering, they won’t reach the reactor

      All six blocks of the station were stopped in September 2022 and are not generating electricity. At the same time, five blocks are in the “cold stop” state and one is in the “hot stop” state, the telegram channel reports. The difference between a hot and cold block shutdown is that in the latter case the fuel cools completely or almost completely.
      ------------------------
      If you want to know in detail, here is this morning's article:

      https://topwar.ru/239800-na-zaporozhskoj-ajes-otkljuchilas-vysokovoltnaja-linija-jenergosnabzhenija.html
      1. KCA
        +1
        April 5 2024 19: 31
        From 400 to 20 degrees, such a mass will not cool down quickly, and you can’t pour water on it, the main thing is to stop nuclear fission so that instead of cooling, heating does not occur, and for this, graphite moderator rods fall between the fuel rods, interestingly, in US reactors they are raised by electric motors, ours in the absence of power, they fall automatically, which is why Fukushima got into trouble, there is no external power supply, the automation does not work and the acceleration has begun, at least not to the level of Chernobyl, but who can tell us
    4. 0
      April 5 2024 19: 49
      Quote: KCA
      they won't reach the reactor

      On the territory of Zaporizhzhya NPP, practically in the open air, there is a storage facility for spent nuclear fuel. Shreds from a couple of guns will turn it into radioactive dust in a few hours.
      1. KCA
        0
        April 5 2024 19: 50
        Are you sure they didn't take him out? We are not fools who deal with such issues
        1. 0
          April 5 2024 19: 57
          Quote: KCA
          Are you sure they didn't take him out?

          They built something like a canopy over it. That's all.
        2. -1
          April 5 2024 20: 01
          In 1999 or even later, even heptyl was sold without problems, if necessary.
    5. +1
      April 5 2024 19: 57
      Quote: KCA
      If possible, drop the graphite rods and go to sleep

      Everything is much more complicated than you think. Nuclear power plants don’t mean shutting down diesel engines, nuclear scientists know.
      1. KCA
        0
        April 5 2024 20: 05
        I have less than 2 km to the reactor, they are working, or they worked a lot, I know little, little, you can put them in standby or hot mode, or in cold mode tightly
        1. +1
          April 5 2024 20: 23
          Quote: KCA
          can be switched to standby or hot mode, or to cold tightly

          I forgot to say that getting out of the “cold” mode is not so simple. You can suffer for a long time, but not always everything will work out.
      2. +1
        April 5 2024 20: 21
        Quote: carpenter
        Everything is much more complicated than you think. Nuclear power plants don’t mean shutting down diesel engines, nuclear scientists know.

        Not so simple. The introduction of all control rods into the reactor quickly “extinguishes” the chain reaction. The reactor becomes deeply subcritical and the fission reaction in it stops. But this does not mean that heat generation stops. Many of the fission "fragments" are short-lived radionuclides with half-lives of minutes to months, and their decay supports the release of heat that, in the first weeks after the chain reaction stops, is enough to melt the core if its cooling stops. This is called a hot shutdown: the reactor is no longer operating, there is no chain reaction in it and it does not require constant management and monitoring. But the reactor is still dangerous and requires cooling. And only after the heat release has been reduced so much that it is no longer capable of heating the reactor core above the permissible level without cooling, the reactor can be transferred to a cold shutdown state, in which it can literally be “unplugged” by stopping all its equipment.
    6. 0
      April 6 2024 02: 24
      Sometimes the information background is more important than the radiation background.
  7. +8
    April 5 2024 18: 46
    It feels like our leadership is in some other reality - there is a war going on, Ukraine is already striking in the depths of Russia, and they are warning... We need to hit the Ukrainian nuclear power plants, whichever one is the most western, the West will immediately wake up and run in...
    1. +1
      April 5 2024 20: 05
      Quote: taiga2018
      We need to hit the Ukrainian nuclear power plants, whichever one is the westernmost, the West will immediately wake up and run in..

      Well, why bother with nuclear power plants, there are turbines, generators, transformers and distributors,
  8. +1
    April 5 2024 18: 50
    “Chernobyl” will be staged, no one will think it’s enough... am
    It's high time to stop the threat...
  9. +6
    April 5 2024 18: 50
    It is necessary to warn about the Khmelnitsky nuclear power plant by breaking the main transformers.
  10. BAI
    +7
    April 5 2024 18: 51
    The Russian side warns Kyiv and its Western allies against any attempts to attack or destabilize the situation at the Zaporizhia NPP.

    Kyiv and its Western allies spit on the Russian side
  11. HAM
    +1
    April 5 2024 18: 53
    Impunity and complete indulgence on the part of the West are spurring Kuiv to further provocations..."warnings" will no longer help, only a complete collapse of the energy sector can clear the brain, but it is unlikely to help...
    1. +3
      April 5 2024 19: 22
      Quote: HAM
      Impunity and complete indulgence on the part of the West

      Rather, impunity and complete indulgence on the part of Russia.
  12. +4
    April 5 2024 19: 06
    Dear V.V. Putin, and you wag your finger and say: ah - yay - yay. This is a complete ..., and then put a word that correlates with your feeling, dear colleagues in VO, with the situation when we ...., again the word, and we draw lines with a red pencil.
  13. +2
    April 5 2024 19: 10
    Maybe it’s time to go down Khmelnitskaya to the area where Western weapons are stored. And warn that for every attack there will be a blow from us.
    1. -1
      April 5 2024 19: 58
      There was a division of the Strategic Missile Forces stationed there during the Soviet era. There are storage facilities - what kind of storage facilities are needed. And there were more than one such divisions in the Ukrainian SSR. Plus buried district and army warehouses, and a lot of things were built there by Soviet people. They built it conscientiously. Today they can’t do that. Even repeat it.
  14. 0
    April 5 2024 19: 19
    The drug addict and his accomplices must be destroyed so that every day he is afraid of dying.
  15. +3
    April 5 2024 19: 21
    The title is somehow incomplete. Better this way:
    After the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ attack on the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, Russia warned Kyiv against any attempts to destabilize the situation at nuclear facilities. AND IN Kyiv THEY OBEYED!
    This is much better laughing laughing laughing
    I don’t even know who has an empty head: those who decided to warn Kyiv, or who writes about this seriously? fool fool
  16. +1
    April 5 2024 19: 43
    In connection with the attacks by Ukrainian militants, the Russian side warns Kyiv and its Western allies against any attempts to attack or destabilize the situation at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant.

    We found someone to warn. They are well aware of the consequences and that is why they are firing. Not warnings, but blows to Bankova may (but not exactly) straighten the mind
  17. 0
    April 5 2024 19: 48
    On the occasion of each attack, it is necessary to send a “response” in the form of Calibers to Ukrainian nuclear power plants, so that they are closer to Europe, then the Western partners will definitely react promptly...
  18. +2
    April 5 2024 19: 49
    Aren't you funny? Be warned! Yes, they deeply care for us. to our warnings. Only the complete physical destruction of the fascist regime in our Ukraine will secure nuclear facilities.
  19. +2
    April 5 2024 19: 52
    And the MAGATE members saluted and ran to perform? laughing
  20. +1
    April 5 2024 19: 54
    I remember how in March 2022 they told and showed how the Russian National Guard and the National Guard of non-brothers jointly patrolled the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Or what's left of it, more precisely. Historical footage, however...
  21. +1
    April 5 2024 19: 57
    Russia warned Kyiv against any attempts
    Another red line?
    1. -1
      April 6 2024 00: 07
      Quote: Dutchman Michel
      Another red line?

      Do we still have red paint left for this? laughing
  22. 0
    April 6 2024 00: 05
    Russia urged international observers present at Europe's largest nuclear energy facility to publicly record all cases of attacks on the station by the Ukrainian army.

    They found someone to call, these “observers” and were, as always, gunners.