Russian troops are preparing to move children out of occupied Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhya Region, Ukraine's national atomic energy company Energoatom has said.
In particular, schools and kindergartens in the satellite city of Zaporizhzhya NPP are spreading information about the forced "evacuation" that has begun and will last until 20 April.
The Russians plan to take the children to Crimea on the plant's buses, thus allegedly legalising the theft of Zaporizhzhya NPP vehicles used by the staff to get to work.
It is reported that the Russians have already begun to remove furniture, mattresses and other items from kindergartens.
Earlier, the National Resistance Centre reported that the Russians were preparing a plan to evacuate Rosatom employees from the occupied Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant.
Also, the Russian occupiers have installed an additional fence to guard off the entrances to the plant.