MOSCOW, October 5. /TASS/. Renat Karchaa, adviser to the general director of Rosenergoatom, on Wednesday said the former chief of the Zaporozhskaya NPP, Igor Murashov, had passed to Ukraine data about the plant, including Russian troops there.
"Absolutely all data concerning the presence of Russia servicemen inside the perimeter," he said on Rossiya-24 television, when asked what data the former chief had passed over.
Earlier, the head of Energodar, Alexander Volga, said that Murashov coordinated terrorist activities at the plant and in the city. He was expelled to the territory controlled by Kiev after admitting to having ties with the Ukrainian special services. In footage shown by the Rossiya-24 television channel on Monday the general director of the ZNPP said that he had passed information on the state of affairs at the plant to representatives of the Kiev regime. He said he was aware that the shelling of the strategic facility was done by the armed forces of Ukraine and could cause emergencies. Vladimir Rogov, chairman of the We Are Together with Russia civil society group, said Murashov had cooperated with the Security Service of Ukraine against his own free will, as he could have been blackmailed.