On 31 March 2022 the Russian occupiers have left the Chornobyl nuclear power plant, having forced the ChNPP employees to sign a transfer Certificate.
Leaving the plant, the occupiers grabbed away everything that could be captured: computers, coffee machines, kettles, as well as tableware from a hotel nearby the nuclear power plant. This was announced by the Head of the State Agency for Exclusion Zone Management Yevhen Kramarenko in a telemarathon.
The Chornobyl NPP Director, Valery Seida, informed on Radio NV that transport containers had been taken out of the Chornobyl NPP territory, as well as spare parts for repairing the plant equipment. However, it should be noted that the process equipment for ensuring nuclear and radiation safety has not been looted and is operating in the standard mode.
In addition, the occupiers took out and continue to hold captive the military of the National Guards of Ukraine on the russian federation territory.
On 2 April 2022, the operational personnel who ensured the nuclear and radiation safety of the Chornobyl facilities under occupation hoisted the Ukrainian flag at the Chornobyl industrial site.
According to the State Agency for the Exclusion Zone Management