More than 200 ZNPP employees were tortured by the invaders

16:34 21 November Kyiv, Ukraine

During the occupation of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, the Russian military detained and in many cases tortured the personnel of the nuclear power plant. The Wall Street Journal writes about it.

According to the publication, the invaders detained more than 200 workers of the power plant, some of them are considered missing.

Initially, technical and maintenance personnel were detained. Subsequently began to persecute the top management. On September 30, 46-year-old Director General of ZNPP Igor Murashov was detained.
 
Hooded and handcuffed, Igor Murashov, CEO of Europe's largest nuclear power plant, sat on the stone floor of a basement prison accused by masked men of treason against Russia. He heard the kidnappers interrogate his driver,” writes the WSJ.

The publication notes that the guards with weapons ordered Murashov to stand in the lens of the video camera.
 
"What you say now will determine your fate," the ZNPP director general quotes The Wall Street Journal.