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Polyansky hopes that Kyiv will not fire at the IAEA mission at the ZNPP


Power units No. 2 and No. 3 of Zaporozhye NPP in Energodar. File photoMOSCOW, Aug 25Russia hopes that the Kyiv security forces will be smart enough not to fire on the IAEA mission at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, although there are groups among them that are not controlled by the central command, Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, said. “I think that he (the visit) will take place in the near future , in late August – early September, active preparations are underway,” Polyansky said on the air of Soloviev Live. According to him, the mission will be of a technical nature, and it will include technical specialists, including from Rosatom and from Ukraine. “They are more likely to assess the situation at the station. Security. Measures to be taken. Make recommendations. This is not an investigation team, this is a station assessment team,” the diplomat said. He expressed hope that the delegation would be safe. “I want to believe in it. But, as you understand, it does not depend on us whether there will be shelling or not. If it depended on us, of course, they would never have happened. Well, the Ukrainians probably have enough sense. Although we know that they have different groups, and some of them are not subordinate to the Ukrainian high command. There were such examples, it worries us very much,” Polyansky added. Now the IAEA and the UN are making a safe route for the delegation. Previously, the director general of the agency, Rafael Grossi said that the IAEA mission would arrive at the Zaporozhye NPP in the coming days. A catastrophe could happen: the situation at the Zaporizhzhya NPP >1 of 12

Zaporozhye NPP, located on the left bank of the Dnieper near Energodar, is the largest in Europe in terms of the number of units and capacity .

Since March, ZNPP has been under the protection of Russian military personnel.

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Since March, ZNPP has been guarded by Russian military personnel.

Military control over station helps prevent leaks of nuclear and radioactive materials.

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Military control over the station helps prevent leaks of nuclear and radioactive materials.

Ukrainian formations regularly shell Energodar, the surrounding villages and the territory of the nuclear power plant adjacent to the city. regularly shell Energodar, the surrounding villages and the territory of the nuclear power plant adjacent to the city.

On the night of August 7, the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the nuclear power plant from the MLRS & # 34; Hurricane & # 34;, fragments and a rocket engine fell about 400 meters from the operating power unit.

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On the night of August 7, the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the nuclear power plant from the MLRS "Hurricane", fragments and a rocket engine fell about 400 meters from the operating power unit.

The nuclear safety situation at nuclear power plants has recently degraded.

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The situation with nuclear safety at nuclear power plants has recently deteriorated.

Two power units are not working at full capacity after the shelling.

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Two power units are not working at full capacity after the shelling power.

Increased shelling creates the risk of a radiation accident with catastrophic consequences for the entire European continent.

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Increased shelling creates the risk of a radiation accident with catastrophic consequences for the entire European continent.

The UN called for dialogue to resolve the situation around the Zaporizhzhya NPP.

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The UN called for dialogue to resolve the situation around the Zaporozhye NPP.

Negotiations are underway with all parties to the conflict on arrival at the plant IAEA experts.

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Negotiations are underway with all parties to the conflict on the arrival of IAEA experts at the station.

Russian servicemen measure the level of radiation at the Zaporozhye NPP.

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Russian servicemen measure the level of radiation at the Zaporozhye NPP.

The IAEA Director General welcomed the statements by Russia and Ukraine in support of the agency's mission to the Zaporozhye NPP.< /p>12 of 12

The IAEA Director General welcomed the statements by Russia and Ukraine in support of the agency's mission to the Zaporozhye NPP.

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Zaporozhye NPP, located on the left bank of the Dnieper near Energodar, is the largest in Europe in terms of the number of units and capacity .

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Since March, the ZNPP has been guarded by Russian military personnel.

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The control of the military over the station helps prevent leakage of nuclear and radioactive materials.

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Ukrainian formations regularly shell Energodar, the surrounding villages and the territory of the nuclear power plant adjacent to the city.

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On the night of August 7, the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the nuclear power plant from the MLRS "Hurricane", fragments and a rocket engine fell about 400 meters from the operating power unit.

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The situation with nuclear safety at nuclear power plants has recently degraded.

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Two power units are not operating at full capacity after the shelling.

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Increased shelling creates the risk of a radiation accident with catastrophic consequences for the entire European continent.

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The UN called for dialogue to resolve the situation around the Zaporozhye NPP.

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Negotiations are underway with all parties to the conflict on the arrival of IAEA experts at the plant.

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Russian servicemen measure the level of radiation at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

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IAEA Director General welcomed the statements of Russia and Ukraine in support of the mission agencies for the Zaporozhye NPP.

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