60 Ukrainian troops attempt to sabotage nuclear power plant at Energodar the day IAEA arrives to inspect it

Scott Ritter News1 hour ago
There were two separate “sabotage groups” of up to 60 troops, which used seven boats to cross the Kakhovka Reservoir and land about three kilometers from the nuclear facility early in the morning, according to the statement. They attempted to capture the station from the Russian troops who are guarding it, the ministry said.
The Russian military said it took action to “destroy the enemy, including by deploying close air support aircraft.”
The ministry also claimed that about two hours after the landing of the commando forces, Ukrainian artillery started shelling a certain location near the city of Energodar, which hosts the power plant.
Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), who are on their way to visit the facility, are scheduled to pass the area, according to the report.
“The provocation of the Kiev regime is aimed at derailing the arrival of the IAEA mission to the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant,” the ministry said.
Comment below post.
ZNPP reactors all need to be turned off and depressurised for a while to locally contain any threat posed by the ukrop shelling. After control rods are inserted it then takes about a week to cool down and depressurise the system. I expect the IAEA to recommend their temporary shutdown.