Ukraine power operator denies report it may turn off Russian-held nuclear plant Ukraine's state-run nuclear power operator, Energoatom, on Thursday denied it might shut down a major atomic power plant that lies in Russian-occupied territory if Kyiv loses control of operations at the site.
Ukraine bars nuclear regulator from visiting Russian-occupied power plant
The International Atomic Energy Agency wants to ensure that the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant is safe.
Ukraine signs deal with Westinghouse to end Russian nuclear fuel needs
Ukraine has signed a deal for the U.S. nuclear power company Westinghouse to supply fuel to all of its atomic power stations in an effort to end the country's reliance on Russian supplies, Ukraine's state nuclear company said on Friday.
Ukraine war: Chernobyl scarred by Russian troops' damage and looting
Ukraine says the Russian army stole much equipment from Chernobyl but the radiation level is safe.
Ukraine nuclear inspectorate accuses IAEA of falling for Russian propaganda
Ukraine's state nuclear inspectorate on Friday accused the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) of falling for Russian propaganda and demanded it back efforts by Kyiv to expel Moscow's forces from a major power plant.