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Occupiers take Russian personnel to captured Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Station Special Operations Forces intelligence

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VALENTYNA ROMANENKOTUESDAY, 5 JULY 2022, 16:38

Most of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant workers refuse to cooperate with the occupiers, so the Russians are delivering Rosenergoatom workers to the station.

Source: Special Operations Forces website "Sprotyv"

Details: According to intelligence data, proposals in the form of increased salaries and paid vacations, for example, in the occupied Crimea, do not help the occupiers.

Therefore, the invaders plan to form a new staffing table for the station by the end of the month. According to the Russians’ plan, all workers of the station who do not agree to cooperate with them should leave the city. The station is planned to be disconnected from the Ukrainian power grid by the end of September.

Quote: "We note this is the situation for the occupiers in other industries as well. So, employees of the state emergency service do not cooperate and do not draw up new employment contracts. The captured railway is served by employees of the Crimean railway because the locals overwhelmingly refused.

To provide housing for resettled persons, Russians conduct an inventory of housing in the occupied cities, followed by resettlement in the apartment of those who left the city. To motivate Russians to move to occupied Ukraine, relocated workers would receive a bonus of 8,500 rubles."

Reminder: Earlier, the Russians began to form a "government" in the Kherson region. The occupiers appointed employees of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation as gauleiters because they could not find local collaborators in sufficient numbers.