August 29, Monday. The mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency to inspect the Zaporizhia NPP seized by the Russian occupiers is already on its way to Ukraine.
August 29, Monday. The mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency to inspect the Zaporizhia NPP seized by the Russian occupiers is already on its way to Ukraine. IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi announced this in his Telegram channel.
The delegation included the head of the IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi, and 13 other experts from mostly neutral countries of the world.
"The day has come, the IAEA mission to support and assist the Zaporizhia NPP is on its way. We must protect the safety of Ukraine's largest nuclear facility in Europe. Proud to lead this mission this week," - he wrote on Twitter.
Currently, at 8:15 a.m., a regional air alert is in progress in Nikopol, which was activated at 7:22 a.m. There is also a threat of artillery fire. Therefore, residents of the city are asked to stay in shelters or follow the "two walls" rule.
"The provocations of the Russian army on the opposite bank continue. They are again shelling the temporarily occupied settlements of the Zaporizhzhia region. There is a threat of shelling of the coastal areas of our district," - Yevtushenko added.
We remind you that Russian terrorists, who control the nuclear power plant, shelled the outskirts of Nikopol in the morning.
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DATE OF CREATION: 2022-08-29 12:36:37 · READERS: 116