Russian Troops Flee Chernobyl After Falling Sick To Radiation

According to social media accounts from Belarus, scores of Russian servicemen fighting in Ukraine were exposed to lethal radiation while passing through the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe site in 1986.

Since the 1986 disaster, the area surrounding the Chernobyl NPP and the adjoining town of Pripyat has been abandoned, leading to the Communist Soviet Union’s dissolution in 1991.

As a result, only those with the proper anti-radiation protection should enter the area.

Because it is unoccupied and offers less opposition, a big number of the forces in question went straight through the abandoned Chernobyl NPP region.

Many Russian servicemen have been sent to the southern Belarusian city of Gomel (Homel), where they are being treated for radiation illness.

Another group of Russians has arrived at the Belarusian radiation illness treatment center, according to a Ukrainian nuclear agency employee named Yemelianenko.

According to the Telegram channel, which broadcasts illegal Belarusian news, seven busloads of Russian servicemen were sent to the Gomel radiation medical center just this week.

Putin’s forces who walked through and even occupied the Chernobyl disaster zone became sick, according to Yemelianenko, since they didn’t observe the Red Forest’s simple safety guidelines.

He claimed that Russian command and soldiers had shown just rudimentary knowledge of nuclear safety issues.

Radiation, according to the Ukrainian nuclear specialist, is physics. Because it functions regardless of one’s status or shoulder straps, radiation protection is required in the Chernobyl zone.

Ukrainian nuclear specialist Yemelianenko wrote on Facebook that the poisoned Russian servicemen will now have to suffer from radiation disease for the rest of their life.




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