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Moscow approves a protection zone around the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant

According to Russia, it wants to support the International Atomic Energy Agency’s call for a protection zone around the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine. The Russian nuclear energy agency, Rosatom, announced today that Moscow is ready to help implement the initiative of the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, after a meeting of its representatives with Grossi in the Kaliningrad region on the Baltic Sea.

The Argentine is trying to find a solution to the Moscow-occupied nuclear power plant through shuttle diplomacy between Russia and Ukraine.

months of effort

The IAEA has been trying for months to establish a protection zone around the site of the nuclear facility to avoid the risk of a nuclear disaster. Grossi himself has already been to the nuclear power plant twice – first in September last year and now again at the end of March.

In Ukraine, he also spoke to President Volodymyr Zelensky last week and, according to his own statements, met “high-ranking representatives of various authorities” in Kaliningrad. He again referred to the urgency of finding a solution for the power plant.

The nuclear power plant has now been cold run and the reactors are shut down. The system is supplied with electricity from outside. After the bombing, the power plant had to be fueled with diesel generators several times by emergency power operation.

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