After the repeated bombing of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine, the Russian occupiers proposed a ceasefire in the disputed area. “The leadership of the United Nations and the chief diplomat of the European Union should not talk about disarmament, but about a ceasefire,” Vladimir Rogov, representative of the Russian occupation authorities, told RIA Novosti today.
Days ago, Russia was blaming the Ukrainian side for the attacks on the nuclear power plant in the city of Enerhodar – and Ukraine, in turn, blamed the Russians. Last week, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned of a nuclear catastrophe and called for the region to be disarmed.
Then yesterday, 42 countries and the European Union demanded the immediate withdrawal of the Russian occupying forces from the area around Europe’s largest nuclear power plant. “The concentration of Russian weapons and weapons in the nuclear facility is unacceptable,” the statement said.
Russia is violating the safety principles to which all member states of the International Atomic Energy Agency have adhered. The United States, the United Kingdom, Norway, Australia and Japan also signed the notice.
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