Russians ‘deal with sluggish death after taking from Chernobyl’

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    Servicemen of Ukrainian National Guard patrol area near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Chernobyl, Ukraine April 7, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich REFILE-CORRECTING SPELLING OF CITY

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    Ukrainian forces regained Chernobyl after the Russian retreat (Picture: Reuters)

    Russian soldiers might pass away within a year after taking radioactive compounds from Chernobyl’s labs, Ukrainian authorities have actually stated.

    Putin’s unlucky soldiers inhabited the decommissioned power plant for more than a month, mistakenly digging trenches in the extremely radioactive Red Forest prior to their retreat.

    Dozens of soldiers apparently got ‘acute radiation sickness’ after interrupting the polluted soil, however it’s now emerged there might be more seriously ill Russians heading house.

    Two lab were discovered raided over the weekend, with 133 extremely radioactive compounds missing out on and presumed taken.

    ‘Even a small part of this activity is deadly if handled unprofessionally,’ Ukraine’s state company for Managing the Exclusion Zone stated.

    Energy minister German Gulashchenko stated the attacking forces exposed themselves to a ‘shocking’ quantity of nuclear radiation.

    Some of the soldiers who can be found in direct contact with the hazardous compounds might have less than a year to live, he cautioned.

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    Map reveals where Russian forces dug trenches in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (Picture:Metro co.uk)

    epa09879317 A dosimeter shows the radiation level near of the Chernobyl Nuclear power plant in Chernobyl, Ukraine, 08 April 2022. According to a statement on the situation in Ukraine by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General on 31 March, Ukraine informed the IAEA that Russian forces that seized control of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) since 24 February 'had, in writing, transferred control of the NPP to Ukrainian personnel and moved two convoys of troops towards Belarus'. Russian troops entered Ukraine on 24 February resulting in fighting and destruction in the country and triggering a series of severe economic sanctions on Russia by Western countries. EPA/MIKHAIL PALINCHAK

    A dosimeter reveals the radiation level near Chernobyl (Picture: EPA)

    A dosimetrist measures the level of radiation around trenches dug by the Russian military in an area with high levels of radiation called the Red Forest, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, in Chernobyl, Ukraine April 7, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich REFILE-CORRECTING SPELLING OF CITY

    Russian soldiers might regret their time in Chernobyl (Picture: Reuters)

    epa09879325 General view of a room in one of an administrative building of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, where Ukrainian National Guard servicemen were held as hostages since start of Russian invasion near city of Chernobyl, Ukraine, 08 April 2022. According to a statement on the situation in Ukraine by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General on 31 March, Ukraine informed the IAEA that Russian forces that seized control of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) since 24 February 'had, in writing, transferred control of the NPP to Ukrainian personnel and moved two convoys of troops towards Belarus'. Russian troops entered Ukraine on 24 February resulting in fighting and destruction in the country and triggering a series of severe economic sanctions on Russia by Western countries. EPA/MIKHAIL PALINCHAK

    Ukrainians were imprisoned in administrative structures throughout the Russians siege (Picture: EPA)

    Trenches dug by the Russian military are seen in an area with high levels of radiation called the Red Forest, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, in Chernobyl, Ukraine April 7, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich REFILE-CORRECTING SPELLING OF CITY

    Trenches dug by Russian soldiers were discovered in the Red Forest surrounding Chernobyl (Picture: Reuters)

    ‘They dug bare soil contaminated with radiation, collected radioactive sand in bags for fortification, breathed this dust,’ Gulashchenko stated after going to the Exclusion Zone.

    As the healing operation continues in Chernobyl, some authorities fear the Russian military left a labyrinth of landmines as they pulled back.

    Graffiti indications checking out ‘this passage is mined’ and ‘expect a surprise, look for a mine’ were left, according to video gathered by the Ukrainian Witness media group.

    It implies there is still an increased threat for employees due to radiation and the capacity for surges brought on by the planted landmines.

    Pictures from within Chernobyl’s notorious Exclusion Zone reveal a scene a destruction, with bombed bridges and deserted tanks in the spooky wasteland.

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