After last week’s mission to Zaporizhia, the International Atomic Energy Agency published its long-awaited report on Tuesday. In the report, the organization called for a ceasefire near the power station and for the immediate establishment of a security zone around the station.
Further clarification is needed as the report raises a number of questions. I will not list it now, but we have asked the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency for clarification
quote Lavrov from Interfax.
Maria ZakharovaA spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry accused the West of To put pressure on the IAEA mission sent to the power station. According to Zakharova, Russia provided complete data on the explosions to the International Atomic Energy Agency and She wonders why the organization did not mention Ukraine in its report as the source of the attacks on the nuclear power plant. The spokesman emphasized that Ukraine coordinated the attacks on the facility with the help of the United States and other Western countries.
Ukraine denies attacking the factory and accuses Moscow of stockpiling heavy weapons at the factory, which Russia denies. According to the report, the IAEA commission found Russian combat vehicles in the turbine hall of the power plant, but Russia responded that it was only guarding the facility area.
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