Mixed reaction as Kiev’s Yatsenyuk reveals ‘minor’ incident at eastern Ukraine nuclear plant
The situation in Ukraine continues to unfold in surprising ways.
Western puppet PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk revealed that a ‘minor’ accident occurred at the Zaporizhye nuclear power plant in southeast Ukraine nearly a week ago, possibly on Friday, November 28th. The announcement was made during the first session of the new cabinet.
Interfax Ukraine reported the incident occurred at a 1,000-megawatt reactor and has resulted in further shortages in addition to the power crisis in the country. Interfax noted that the issue should be resolved by December 5.
The Zaporizhye Nuclear Power Station in Ukraine is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe and the fifth largest in the world.
One Twitter commenter speculated if someone had advance knowledge of the details as Ukrainian bonds were down.
Here is my tweet where I saw Ukrainian bonds crashing. Somebody knew about that accident already this morning? https://t.co/I3gHrjeNhs
— Russian Market (@russian_market) December 3, 2014