The Russian occupiers were previously fired from the Kharkiv “Gradiv” Institute of Physics and Technology.
In Kharkivshchyna, there could be a facility for the production of neutrons.
Rafael Mariano Grossi, Director General of the IAEA, spoke about the briefing.
“Obviously, she is downtrodden. We were obviously not in the field, there is no radiation exposure. It was already a small place, a subcritical object, a place for scientific research. Dzhe Skoda, scho was so messy ”, expressing Rafael Mariano Grossi.
Significantly, the Russian invaders previously fired at the Kharkiv Physico-Technical Institute, on the basis of such a rock, the Gradiv “Dzherelo Neutroniv” nuclear facility.
Use the Russians as they fight against Ukraine:
In order to orient the data to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the fierce battles of the enemy were organized from 24.02 to 07.03:
special warehouse – more than 11 yews. osib, tanks – 290 singles, armored fighting vehicles – 999 singles, artillery systems -117 singles, RSZV – 50 singles, PPO stock – 23 singles, aircraft – 46 singles, helicopters – 68 singles, automotive equipment – 454 units, ships / boats – 3 units, tanks with APM – 60, operational-tactical UAVs – 7.
The data is being specified. The pidrakhunok is aggravated by the high intensity of combat actions.
How Russia’s war against Ukraine began:
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