Send this task soon – The leaders agreed.
Macron and Putin also agreed in the coming days, before that IAEA experts will be dispatched For a nuclear power plant occupied by the Russian military, They get another phone call.
According to the Kremlin, Putin promised to provide the Russian side with IAEA inspectors Any help needed. Putin also told Macron that the shelling of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which Ukraine blamed, would lead to this.Large scale disasters“- informed the Kremlin.
Enerhoatom, the Ukrainian state-owned nuclear power company, announced that the Russians Plans to shut down operating power units Zaporizhia nuclear power plant and their disconnection from the Ukrainian power grid.
A report cited by Reuters said Russian forces controlling the Enerhoatom plant were preparing to move there.Provocation on a large scale“.
Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov has warned The Russians want to redirect energy Produced and completely by the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in Crimea Cut off the territory of Ukraine from it Controlled by the Kiev government.
Ukrainian military intelligence (HUR) says it has received new information confirming Russian occupation forces. They plan to attack the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. Most experts were told to “stay home” and Rosatom representatives left the plant site, HUR reported.
The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant is located in the south of Ukraine Captured by Russian forces on the night of March 3-4. Russian soldiers and employees of the Russian Rosatom concern are stationed at the site. According to the Ukrainian side, Russian soldiers They are shelling near the power plantposes a serious risk Nuclear disaster.
In early August, the head of the IAEA, Raphael Croci, said that the situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant “Totally out of control“And the threat grows every day.” Nuclear safety rules have been violated,” he added.
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