Power units at the Khmelnytskiy, South-Ukrainian and Rivne NPP sites are operated in normal mode.
From March 4, 2022, the Zaporizhzhia NPP power units are currently under the control of the Russian occupation forces. After the capture of ZNPP, representatives of Rosatom arrived at the station by illegally crossing the state border of Ukraine.
Representatives of Rosatom, in the presence of the occupying forces, informed the management and staff of ZNPP about the intention to include the Ukrainian NPP in the structure of Rosatom. Subsequently, representatives of Rosatom began to monitor technological and management processes at ZNPP.
Due to the impossibility to independently and objectively carry out state supervision directly on the occupied NPP site, the duties of the Head of the Nuclear Safety Inspectorate at Zaporizhzhia NPP are temporarily assigned to the Director of the Department for Nuclear Safety - Deputy Chief State Inspector for Nuclear and radiation safety of Ukraine.
Representatives of the Russian Federation strictly forbid to carry out photo and video recording on the territory of ZNPP, there are threats (including the use of weapons) against persons who intend to do so.