The IAEA ready to establish a permanent mission in Ukraine, according to Rafael Grossi

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) ready to establish a permanent mission in Ukraine. Its general director, Rafael Grossi, said it from kyiv, just before heading to the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. His team will proceed to inspect it, after months of concern over the constant attacks in the area.

“We have a very, very important job to do there, to assess the real situation there. To help stabilize the situation as much as we can. And I’m very aware of the relevance of this moment. But we’re ready. The IAEA is ready.”“, said Rafael Grossi, director of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Ukrainian Energy Minister German Galushchenko has spoken of the mission:

“We give them a list of the main points that they need to check. And that’s from a technical angle. And the other is to understand where the Russian forces are… We have information that they are trying to hide the military presence, so they should check all those things.

Different version of the leader of the self-proclaimed People’s Republic of Donetsk, Denis Pushilin:

“The IAEA delegation that is planning to come has security guarantees from the Allied Forces and the Russian Federation. All necessary measures will be taken to ensure this security. But I would like to emphasize that at the moment the Ukrainian regime is crazy and does not can rule out anything.

The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, has been in Russian hands since the beginning of March. For months kyiv and Moscow have been accusing each other of carrying out attacks in their vicinity.


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