Slavutych (Ukrainian Славутич; Russian Славутич / Slavutych), named after an elderly Slavic name ( "Slavic river") of the nearby river Dnepr (also: Dnipro, Ukrainian Дніпро), is a Founded in 1986 small town in Ukraine. It is located on the left bank of the Dnieper and had 24,408 inhabitants (2006). The city was rebuilt after the catastrophic accident which occurred on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power. She is still marked in economic and social terms by the nuclear power plant, as they acted through its continued operation by the year 2000 as the residence of the workers employed there. Public life in the city is largely financed by the operator of the power plant. The city is situated geographically in the Oblast Chernihiv (is enclosed by Rajon Ripky) but heard from a management perspective as exclave of Kiev Oblast.