Representatives of Russia’s Rosatom Corporation appropriate the funds allocated for the ZNPP management by drawing up fictitious financial documents (corporate cards) in the names of the plant's employees who have Ukrainian citizenship.
"The real financial reporting is not drawn up and not submitted. That is, the money that was intended to pay for the work of the plant's staff is appropriated by the occupation administration and Rosatom employees," the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine reports.
As noted, a significant part of the Russian military, who have been at the ZNPP since the capture, have left the territory of the plant. To date, about 500 invaders remain there, 200 of whom are Kadyrov’s soldiers from the Akhmat battalion. Their main task is to intimidate the staff and induce them to cooperate.
About 300 landmines were found in the industrial zone of the nuclear power plant, left by units of the Russian army when leaving the plant's territory. The so-called "police" of Enerhodar were informed about this. FSB officers who arrived at the scene said that those were "caches of subversive units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine."
As reported, Russian troops captured the ZNPP on March 4. The invaders have placed military equipment and ammunition on its territory, constantly shelling both the surrounding area and the plant itself, destroying power lines and causing external power outages. The enemy blames the Armed Forces of Ukraine for these attacks.