The occupiers forced approximately 100 Zaporizhzhya NPP workers to sign contracts with Rosatom.
Of the 6,700 workers who remained working at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia NPP, only about a hundred signed contracts with the illegal Ekpluatiruyushchya organization Zaporizhskaya AES company, created by the Russian Federation, which is managed by Rosatom, Energoatom reported. It is noted that the vast majority did so under pressure. Another 4,300 pro-Ukrainian workers of the ZNPP left for the Ukrainian-controlled territory. Most of the workers who remained at the station are pro-Ukrainian and continued to resist and delay the process of signing treasonous contracts as much as possible. However, the company noted that among the signatories, volunteers from the station’s management have begun collaborating with the Russian terrorists.