The President of Ukraine has ordered the opening of the Chernobyl Separation Zone for future visits

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 The President of Ukraine has ordered the opening of the Chernobyl Separation Zone for future visits


Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine. Visual Chinese Data Map

Chernobyl, which has been dusty for more than 30 years, is expected to face the world again.

According to the Russian Satellite News Agency on July 10, Ukrainian President Zelenski signed an order on the same day to create a green corridor for tourists in the Chernobyl isolation zone and to lift the ban on photography and video.

Zelenski said Kiev should show Chernobyl to scholars and tourists around the world.

Reported that during his visit to Kiev State, Zelenski said, Today, I signed an order that will be the beginning of a new growth point in Ukraine for the `restricted zone. Local television broadcasted the statement live.

Zelenski said there would be no longer long queues at checkpoints and no denial of entry after arrival. In the early morning of April 26, 1986, the fourth reactor of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station exploded and set off a fire. A large amount of high-energy radiation was emitted and diffused into the air of a large area. In the accident, nuclear radiation contamination in Ukraine was 12 areas with a contaminated area of 50,000 square metres, while in Belarus about 46,500 square metres (23% of the countrys total area) were contaminated. Nearly 60,000 square meters of 2.6 million people in 19 regions of Russia are polluted. The explosion was considered the most serious nuclear accident in history, and the first major accident rated as the seventh level by the International Nuclear Event Classification Table. The Chernobyl and nearby towns were evacuated. The site of the explosion is still quiet as ghost city. Source: Peng Mei News Author: A Responsible Editor of Nanbo: Su Hongyong_NBJ9980

Zelenski said there would be no longer long queues at checkpoints and no denial of entry after arrival.

In the early morning of April 26, 1986, the fourth reactor of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station exploded and set off a fire. A large amount of high-energy radiation was emitted and diffused into the air of a large area. In the accident, nuclear radiation contamination in Ukraine was 12 areas with a contaminated area of 50,000 square metres, while in Belarus about 46,500 square metres (23% of the countrys total area) were contaminated. Nearly 60,000 square meters of 2.6 million people in 19 regions of Russia are polluted. The explosion was considered the most serious nuclear accident in history, and the first major accident rated as the seventh level by the International Nuclear Event Classification Table. The Chernobyl and nearby towns were evacuated. The site of the explosion is still quiet as ghost city.