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    Russia takes over Zaporiyi nuclear power plant: Minister Marat Jusnulin offered to sell power to Ukraine

    May 19, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras


      Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Jusnulin said Wednesday that the Zaporiyia nuclear power plant - on Ukrainian territory but under Russian rule - is ready to supply power to Ukraine provided Kiev is ready to receive and pay for it.

      "The nuclear power plant will be commission ed. We have extensive experience working with nuclear plants. If Ukraine is ready to receive and pay, then the power plant will work for them. If they do not agree, it will work for Russia," he said.

      Regarding energy production in Zaporiyia, Jusnulin said that nuclear energy is one of the cheapest and noted that "there is no doubt" where it can be sold, according to the Russian news agency TASS.

      The Russian deputy prime minister went on Wednesday to the city of Melitopol, near the Zaporiyia nuclear power plant, where he stressed that this area is destined to work "as a family" with Russia.

      "This is why I have come here, to provide maximum assistance and an opportunity for reintegration" stated the deputy prime minister, who on Tuesday already visited some parts of the Kherson region to address the economic recovery after the clashes between Ukrainian and Russian troops.

      Last week, Ukrainian Interior Ministry advisor Vadym Deniseko denounced that Russian occupiers received orders from the Kremlin to prepare a referendum in Kherson and Zaporiyia regions in the coming months.

      For his part, the chairman of the Kherson regional military administration, Gennady Laguta, reported that the occupiers are collecting residents' personal data for the elections and expressed his conviction that Kherson residents support Ukraine and will not turn out for the referendum.

      The Unian agency recalled that the Russians plan to conduct a "census" of the population in the Kherson region, just as they did in the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea, annexed by Russia in 2014.


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