An IAEA delegation headed by Rafael Grossi arrived in Ukraine today. It is known that Grossi plans to leave permanent members of the IAEA on the territory of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, who will non-stop monitor the situation at the plant and in Energodar.
According to the minister of foreign affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, the upcoming working conditions for the Grossi team make this mission the most difficult in the history of the IAEA.
"We know that Russia exposes not only Ukraine but the whole world to the risk of a nuclear incident. The international community must be united by one demand — the withdrawal of Russian troops from the Zaporizhia NPP," Dmitry Kuleba.
We are waiting for the first comments from Rafael Grossi and the rest of the delegation.
We remind you that the invaders fired at the roof of the ZNPP particular building and blamed the Armed Forces of Ukraine for this. It. The particular building is located next to a nuclear reactor.