Russia: Ukrainians blew up six pylons of high-voltage transmission lines at the Kursk nuclear power plant

Ukrainian soldiers Ukraine
Ukrainian troops / EPA-EFE / STR

The Russian security service claims that on August 4, 9 and 12, Ukrainian saboteurs blew up six poles of high-voltage transmission lines at the Kursk nuclear power plant.

Due to the attacks, the functioning of the Kursk nuclear power plant was hampered.

According to the Russian Security Service, the attacks in Kurchatov are a terrorist act.

For now, there is no comment from Ukraine on these accusations from the Russian side.

Video of the day