The Great Seven advocated the return of control of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant to the hands of Kyiv. The representatives of the leaders noted that the Russian military and occupation Government allowed itself to violate human rights, which was repeated too often. We're talking about embezzlement and forced retention of employees of an atomic object. Experts and politicians have repeatedly emphasized that all employees should rest normally and not feel moral pressure to avoid accidents at the power plant. But in response, for example, the Russian invaders stole Oleh Kostiukov, head of the Zaporizhzhia NPP IT service, and Oleh Oshek, assistant general director of the station.
The occupiers also bombard a nuclear facility, with visible and invisible consequences. The use of heavy weapons can create a push into the ground, which will be destructive to the structure of the station. Mention should also be made of the age of the weapons used by the occupiers — they could explode just plain. Therefore, the G7 called on the Kremlin to withdraw its army from the Ukrainian facility.
"These actions further undermine the nuclear safety of the Zaporizhzhia NPP, depriving key personnel of the ability to perform their functions. We strongly reject these reckless, cruel, and dangerous actions and demand the immediate release of the detainees," Deutsche Welle quotes the statement of the G7 Group of directors on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.