Tuesday, March 29, 2022


This is coolbert:

"'They completed the work they had set out to do,' . . . "They surveyed the town, today they finished doing it and left the town. There aren't any in the town right now.'" - - Fomichev.

From Reuters the tip yahoo.com:

"Mayor of Chernobyl workers' town says Russian forces have left"

March 27, 2022.

"(Reuters) - Russian forces have left the Ukrainian town of Slavutych, home to workers at the defunct nuclear plant of Chernobyl, after completing their task of surveying it, the mayor said early on Monday."

"On Saturday, the Kyiv regional governor said Russian forces had taken control of the town just outside the safety exclusion zone around Chernobyl, the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster in 1986, where Ukrainian staff still manage the plant."

The Russians have left. The Russians have "taken control". This is contradictory?

Russian special tasked units have left the area. Assuredly looking for fissionable material that could be used in an atomic device! Task accomplished, time to go!

See all previous blog entries the Chernoby area since the Ukraine Conflict has begun:






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