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IAEA wants to “avoid nuclear accident” at occupied Ukrainian plant

The delegation of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) wants “Avoiding a Nuclear Accident” At the Zaporizhia Ukrainian power plant occupied by Russian troops, its director, Rafael Mariano Grossi, who arrived in the region, said.

“It’s a quest to find (…) To protect this important nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe”Croci told reporters in the city of Zaporizhia.

The IAEA inspection mission arrived in Kyiv the day before Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky left the capital early Wednesday. The delegation is due to arrive at the plant on Thursday, according to Russian agency TASS, citing a pro-Russian official.

“We have very, very important work to do there to assess the actual situation, to help stabilize the situation as much as possible.”Mr. Croci said in the morning at Q. “We’re going to be there for a few days.”.

He said he had received security guarantees from Russian and Ukrainian authorities. “These operations are very complicated: we are going to a war zone, we are going to an occupied territory”The person in charge underlined.

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