Hundreds of mines and trip wires have been found near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, and exploration is underway in the area around the nuclear power plant.
The time for humanitarian demining of the area around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (ChNPP) will be measured in months. This was announced by Minister of Internal Affairs Denis Monastyrsky at a briefing at Chernobyl.
“Unfortunately, we need to talk not only about radiation pollution, but also about the pollution of mines and shells of many things around the station. Humanitarian demining must take place. We understand that the time of humanitarian demining, and this is special in the Chernobyl zone, will be measured, at least in months. Probably longer, because the search for explosive objects, for example, in the forests of the zone is very complicated, “he said. by Monastyrsky.
Hundreds of mine and trip wires were reported to have been found near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, and studies are ongoing in the area around the nuclear power plant.
The Minister announced the doubling of the pyrotechnic headquarters in the Kyiv region, the participation of approximately 11 thousand volunteers and the arrival of international teams to assist in the clearance of the mine. Monastyrsky noted that many initiatives have been prepared at the legislative level to accelerate humanitarian demining processes.
Recall that the Russian occupiers, before fleeing the Kyiv region, broke the dosimetric control points at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, robbing the radiation monitoring system.
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