Well, here's just all you ought to know about the 'unsafe' NPP in Astravets
The Astravets Nuclear Power Station has just switched off. The Belarus authorities claim it was an automatic shut-down, though this does seem a bit of a coincidence given the issues there and threats to reduce power supply to European grids. It is on former Polish territory, 20km from the Lithuanian border.
There's nothing (currently) showing in western media about it, not even via google. I learnt about it from here:
Worth mentioning that it shut down automatically once before, when it was new.
There's not much on Twitter about it. A few worried comments and this statement from a Belarus diaspora group in Sweden:
"The first power unit of Astravets NPP is disconnected from the grid by automatic equipment again. Diagnostics and analysis of the operation of technological systems is carried out.
The Russian-built Astravets NPP is located 20 km from EU border."
Worth mentioning that Astravets is the power station at the heart of the worrying reports several months ago:
After an alleged incident at the Belarusian nuclear plant in Ostrovets earlier this month, radiation monitoring stations across the country went dark,