The team set out to inspect the giant nuclear power plant

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Ukraine Rafael Grossi, General Manager of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEK), who plans to reach the power plant via the internet, said, “Finally, by completing all our preparations and agreeing on security issues with the parties, we are on our way to reach the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. We plan to reach the facility by the end of the week,” he announced with the message that the inspection would be carried out. Russia Zaporozhye, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe with 6 reactors, based in the city of Energograd, located on the front line between the U.S. and the Ukrainian armies, was repeatedly exposed to artillery fire in July and August. In fact, the 4th reactor of the power plant was immediately disabled once.

‘THE MOST VITAL MISSION’

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenski also made a statement on the occasion of the IAEA delegation’s inspection of the nuclear power plant. Emphasizing that Russia blackmails the world in the nuclear field as in other energy sources, Zelenski said, “Russia, which attacked our country, not only occupied the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, but also blackmailed the world, especially Europe. The IAEA, which went to inspect the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, has been preparing to fulfill its most serious and vital task since its establishment. In the face of Moscow’s behavior at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, the civilized world should put Russia’s ‘Rosatom’ company on the sanction list.

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NO WESTERN EXPERT

The Kremlin also made a statement on the occasion of the departure of the delegation consisting of 14 experts to inspect the nuclear power plant. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov stated that Russia has been waiting for this step for a long time and said, “Russia is ready to provide all possible assistance to the IAEA team that will inspect the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. “As the delegation chose the route to reach the facility through Ukrainian territory, our responsibility begins in the region we control.” The IAEA team that will inspect the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant does not include nuclear experts from Western countries, especially the USA and England, upon the imposition of Russia.

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