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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: An exterior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: An exterior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City Council after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: An interior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City Council after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: An exterior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City Council after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: An exterior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City Council after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: An interior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City Council after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: An exterior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City Council after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: An exterior view of Energodar (Enerhodar) City after operations have been completely halted in on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ZAPORIZHZIA, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant after operations have been completely halted on September 11, 2022, in Zaporizhzia, Ukraine. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of a damaged building after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of a damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of a damaged building and vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: Ukrainians sit on the bench as damaged vehicles are seen behind after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of a street after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of a street after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged infrastructure after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: Ukrainians walk past damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A Ukrainian sits on a bench as damaged vehicles are seen behind after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ENERGODAR, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 11: A view of damaged vehicles after operations have been completely halted in Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant as Russia-Ukraine war continues in Energodar (Enerhodar), located near Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine on September 11, 2022. Ukraine on Sunday said operations at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant have been completely halted. The last of the Zaporizhzhia plant’s six reactors was disconnected from the power grid early at 3.41 a.m. (0041GMT), according to a statement by Energoatom, Ukraine’s atomic power operator. “Preparations are underway for its cooling and transfer to a cold state,” the agency said. Under Russian control since March, the plant in southeastern Ukraine was disconnected from the country’s power grid last Monday, amid growing concerns of a nuclear disaster as Moscow and Kyiv accuse each other of attacks on the nuclear facility. Stringer / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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This handout photo taken on September 1, 2022 and obtained from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on September 7, 2022 shows damage caused by shelling to the elevated passage of Unit 6 at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, in Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, Ukraine. - An accident at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant would impact not only Ukraine, but also its neighbours, the Ukrainian nuclear agency warned on September 7, 2022. The Zaporizhzhia power plant was occupied by Russian troops in March and has been shelled in recent weeks, with Ukraine and Russia blaming each other for the attacks. On September 6, the UN atomic agency (IAEA) published a report on the "untenable situation" at the nuclear power plant. (Photo by Fredrik DAHL / International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / FREDRIK DAHL / IAEA " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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This handout photo taken on September 1, 2022 and obtained from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on September 7, 2022 shows IAEA experts visiting the emergency diesel generator room of Unit 5 at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, in Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, Ukraine. - An accident at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant would impact not only Ukraine, but also its neighbours, the Ukrainian nuclear agency warned on September 7, 2022. The Zaporizhzhia power plant was occupied by Russian troops in March and has been shelled in recent weeks, with Ukraine and Russia blaming each other for the attacks. On September 6, the UN atomic agency (IAEA) published a report on the "untenable situation" at the nuclear power plant. (Photo by Fredrik DAHL / International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / FREDRIK DAHL / IAEA " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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This handout photo taken on September 1, 2022 and obtained from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on September 7, 2022 shows operators working in the main control room of Unit 5 at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, in Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, Ukraine. - An accident at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant would impact not only Ukraine, but also its neighbours, the Ukrainian nuclear agency warned on September 7, 2022. The Zaporizhzhia power plant was occupied by Russian troops in March and has been shelled in recent weeks, with Ukraine and Russia blaming each other for the attacks. On September 6, the UN atomic agency (IAEA) published a report on the "untenable situation" at the nuclear power plant. (Photo by Fredrik DAHL / International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / FREDRIK DAHL / IAEA " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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This handout photo taken on September 1, 2022 and obtained from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on September 7, 2022 shows a general view of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant during an IAEA Support and Assistance Mission in Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, Ukraine. - An accident at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant would impact not only Ukraine, but also its neighbours, the Ukrainian nuclear agency warned on September 7, 2022. The Zaporizhzhia power plant was occupied by Russian troops in March and has been shelled in recent weeks, with Ukraine and Russia blaming each other for the attacks. On September 6, the UN atomic agency (IAEA) published a report on the "untenable situation" at the nuclear power plant. (Photo by Handout / International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / IAEA " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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This satellite image provided by Maxar Technologies shows the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Russian occupied Ukraine, Friday, Aug. 19, 2022. Kyiv and Moscow continued to accuse each other of shelling Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, stoking international fears of a catastrophe on the continent. (Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies via AP)

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This satellite image provided by Maxar Technologies shows the six reactors of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Russian occupied Ukraine, Friday, Aug. 19, 2022. Kyiv and Moscow continued to accuse each other of shelling Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, stoking international fears of a catastrophe on the continent. (Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies via AP)

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This handout satellite image courtesy of Maxar Technologies released on August 19, 2022, shows the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, situated in the Russian-controlled area of Enerhodar, eastern Ukraine. (Photo by Handout / Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / XGTY / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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This handout satellite image courtesy of Maxar Technologies released on August 19, 2022, shows the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, situated in the Russian-controlled area of Enerhodar, eastern Ukraine. (Photo by Handout / Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / XGTY / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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FILE - Russian servicemen guard an area of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Station, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe and among the 10 largest in the world in Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia region, in territory under Russian military control, southeastern Ukraine, Sunday, May 1, 2022. This photo was taken during a trip organized by the Russian Ministry of Defense. (AP Photo, File)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on April 27, 2022 a general view shows the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, situated in the Russian-controlled area of Enerhodar, seen from Nikopol. Zelensky calls on the United Nations on August 18, 2022 to ensure security at the Zaporizhzhia power plant, where increased fighting has raised fears of a nuclear incident. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP)