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G7 condemns Russia’s kidnapping of Ukraine nuclear plant leadership



Russia kidnapped Zaporizhzhia’s nuclear power station leader. The Group of Seven industrialised countries condemned the incident and demanded Ukraine take full control of the plant.

The G7 Nonproliferation General stated that Russia had repeatedly kidnapped the leadership and staff of the Ukrainian ZNPP on Saturday, 22 October.

He stated that Russia should immediately transfer full control over ZNPP to Ukraine.

Since the Russian invasion of February began, they have been in control of Europe’s largest nuclear power station.

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