"Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is unfolding in a nation with 15 atomic reactors operating near full capacity, exposing Europe’s second-biggest nuclear fleet to potential safety risks.
Monitors at the International Atomic Energy Agency said late Thursday in an email that they’re gravely concerned by the situation and remain in contact with Ukrainian nuclear-safety regulators. Reactors require steady supplies of electricity and water, both of which could be put at risk by military action."
Jonathan Tirone reports for Bloomberg February 24, 2022.
"Fears Mount For Safety Of Ukraine’s Nuclear Reactors Amid Russian Invasion" (Guardian)
"‘Grave Concern’: Invasion Puts Spotlight On Ukraine Nuclear Reactors" (Politico)