“Russian Troops Captured Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant”-Know Its Strategical Importance For Russia

Full-scale invasion in Ukraine which targeted its bases and cities with airstrikes and shelling by the Russian army was indeed a horrifying scene especially after they capture the nuclear plant.
The airfield near the capital city of Ukraine was captured by the Russian troops. they also took control of the Chernobyl nuclear plant. it’s attacked Ukraine, from three sides (Land, Sea, Air). as far as the records are concerned, 137 people had been killed, including civilians. Ukraine also claimed that 7 Russian planes are shot down while 50 Russian soldiers are killed.

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Why is Russia Capturing Chernobyl?
The Russian army has deliberately captured the Chernobyl nuclear energy Plant. Chernobyl is the shortest route to succeed in Kyiv through Belarus. However, it’s not important from a military point of view. it’s the fastest route from Belarus to Kyiv, just 20 km from the Belarus border. This nuclear plant is found 108 km north of the capital Kyiv. Destruction At Chernobyl plant According to the International nuclear energy Agency (IAEA), the atomic energy plants are operating securely.

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There has been no destruction of the residual waste and other facilities at the location. The nuclear accident at Chernobyl Nuclear Plant World’s deadliest nuclear accident occurred at the nuclear plant in April 1986. Then, a setup exploded and spread radioactive radiation across Europe.

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This plant is found in Pripyat, which is at a distance of 130 from Kyiv. The reactor has now been covered with a protective device so as to stop radiation leakage. The entire plant has been disabled.

After the Chernobyl accident, it is estimated that about 18 million Soviet rubles would be required to be spent to free the environment from nuclear radiation. After the explosion, the effect of radiation spread up to 2600 sq. km. in step with scientists, no human can board this place for the subsequent 24 thousand years. because of the fact that it acts as a storage centre for nuclear waste.