No radioactive contamination was detected in the territories of Ivankiv and Polissia communities (Kyiv region) after the stay of the Russian occupiers there.
This was reported by the State Scientific and Technical Center for Nuclear and Radiation Safety.
Specialists of the center examined Ivankivska and Poliska communities on October 24-27 as part of the crew of the RanidSONNI mobile radiological laboratory.
"The survey was carried out with the aim of detecting radioactive contamination and radioactive materials that could have been taken by the occupiers beyond the exclusion zone and the zone of unconditional (mandatory) resettlement as a result of a violation of the radiation safety regime," the message reads.
Research works covered educational and medical institutions, public places, private estates, roads, streets, military, and household items.
- During the occupation of the Chornobyl NPP, Russian troops destroyed its long-term archive, and part of it was thrown into the trash.
- When the Russian occupiers left the Chornobyl NPP, they took with them the captured National Guardsmen who were captured in the first days of the war.
- The station itself was robbed: computers and even kettles with coffee makers were taken. And from the hotel in Chornobyl itself, the occupiers stole tableware, forks, spoons, and plates.