Graffiti in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Photo: Pavel Shumejko.
"I would describe my trip to the zone as a once-in-a-lifetime experience," said Pavel Shumejko from North Macedonia. "I learned a lot about the zone and the accident and got to visit a lot of iconic places, starting from abandoned ruined villages, schools and hospitals to the ghost town of Pripyat."
According to British "Sun", there have been 25 safety breaches at the massive nuclear waste plant in the past two years.
"In Serbia, a moratorium on the construction of nuclear power plants is in force, but it is certain that one day we will build a nuclear power plant, once there is no more electricity from classic sources," he told Prva TV.
Speaking about the moratorium, Puzovic said it was introduced 18 years ago will expire in two years, unless it is extended.
Any similarity between the unplanned stops or power rebates of the CNE Cernavoda Units 1 and 2 and the Chernobyl accident causes is impossible to sustain through technical, operational arguments, the Romanian Atomic Forum - Romatom says, recommending caution and a rigorous research in addressing such topics in the public space.