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Chernobyl Russian forces leave the nuclear power plant: “acute radiation sickness”

Several Russian forces have left the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

According to a Ukrainian government official, acute radiation sickness is the reason behind this decline.

– If you had a little intelligence, this could have been avoided, says Yaroslav Yemelianenko, who works in the Chernobyl exclusion zone.

Last night, a number of Russian troops left the area Chernobyl A nuclear power plant, according to Agence France-Presse.

But, according to the media, it was not progress in the peace talks that was behind the withdrawal.

Seven buses packed with Russian soldiers headed to a radiology center in Gomel in BelarusUkrainian writes Pravda Referring to Belarusian Gayeon.

The state-owned company Energoatom, which operates four nuclear power plants in Ukraine, previously reported that Russian soldiers were exposed to radiation, and, according to Pravda, troops from the region are regularly sent to the center in Belarus.

Chernobyl satellite image.

engraved in a radioactive forest

Yaroslav Yemelianenko, an official with Chernobyl’s security agency, said that Russian forces suffered from acute radiation sickness after digging trenches in a radioactive forest.

“Have you dug trenches in the Red Forest, you fools? There are rules for dealing with this area. If you had a little intelligence among the officers or soldiers, these consequences could have been avoided,” he writes Facebook.

Russian soldiers inside Ukraine. Archived from mid-March.

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