Ukrainian drone strikes 'Europe's largest nuclear power plant'
According to relevant reports on July 20, local time, the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine stated that the fire in the administrative building of the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant has been extinguished, and the nuclear power plant is currently generating electricity normally.
Earlier in the day, three Ukrainian suicide drones attacked the area where the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is located, causing the plant's administrative building to catch fire. Other infrastructure was not damaged, and the nuclear power plant was operating normally.
The Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is located in EnerGodar, Zaporozhye Oblast, Ukraine. It is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe and generates 25% of Ukraine's total nuclear power generation.
Eleven workers were injured in a drone attack on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant on July 18, RIA Novosti reported.
With the wide application of UAVs around the world, the militaries of various countries regard UAVs as an important combat force in the current and future new situations. Drones have become weapons in the hands of terrorists, and anti-terrorist military operations will be an important part of the activities of all military powers for a long time to come. In order to deal with the threat of UAV terrorist activities, combat and contain terrorism, it is necessary to combine the new development and new situation of UAV technology, continue to explore and verify, establish a strong drone anti jammer system, and continuously innovate and develop drone jammer. Only then can we truly protect the airspace security of our own country.
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