Russia Prepares for International Deception

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, August 29, 2022
Russia Prepares for International Deception

Invaders of Ukrainian territories collect signatures of residents of Energodar to mislead IAEA

On the weekend, it was announced that the International Atomic Energy Agency had appointed a commission to visit the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine. The Russian occupiers, to accuse Ukraine of the radiation threat, began preparations for a visit to the commission. The centre for countering disinformation under Ukraine's national security and defence council spoke about the measures that Russian soldiers have taken.

The Russian invaders are collecting signatures from the occupied city's inhabitants, indicating that the Ukrainian side is conducting attacks on a nuclear facility.

"The enemy is now collecting the signatures of the population of Energodar under a statement demanding an end to the shelling of the nuclear plant by the allegedly armed forces of Ukraine. This is a manipulation aimed at misleading the internal population of the temporarily occupied territories and the IAEA inspection," says the official announcement.

"The day has come IAEAorg's Support and Assistance Mission to Zaporizhzhia (ISAMZ) is now on its way. We must protect the safety and security of #Ukraine’s and Europe’s biggest nuclear facility. Proud to lead this mission which will be in ZNPP later this week," Rafael Grossi. 

It is also reported that soldiers under Putin's control use torture against plant workers. Such action was taken to ensure that the experts of the nuclear facility gave false testimony to the IAEA commission. The occupiers are forcing the workers of the nuclear power plant to report that there is no danger of radiation leakage or irreparable catastrophe.

On August 29, it became known that the region was already ready to reach Europe's most dangerous artificially created point. Therefore, the truth will soon open. Recall that earlier, it was reported that the occupiers placed their weapons near power units. Question: will the IAEA commission give access to Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant?

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