Rosatom is trying to take over the Ukrainian nuclear power plant

Rosatom is trying to take over the Ukrainian nuclear power plant

The International Atomic Energy Agency received information from Ukraine about the situation at the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia, and in one press release On Friday, they wrote that the Russian State Nuclear Energy Corporation – Rosatom – sent a group of nuclear energy experts to the power plant.

Today, the power plant is in the hands of the Russians, but it is still occupied by Ukrainian employees.

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Ukraine told the International Atomic Energy Agency that nuclear energy specialists “continue to fulfill their duty and keep the plant as safe as possible during the war.”

Rafael Grossi, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, will visit Russia-controlled nuclear power plants in Ukraine as soon as possible. Photo: LEONHARD FOEGER / NTB

Russian specialists who came to the facility will come from subsidiary Roserergoatom, and demand daily reports from the facility’s management on what Ukraine calls “secret topics” in its report to the International Atomic Energy Agency. The International Atomic Energy Agency says they are asking questions about repair, security, access control, and management of radioactive fuel, used radioactive materials and waste.

He will visit the power plant

The Kyiv Independent newspaper wrote that Rosatom is trying to seize the power plant, while the IAEA is not clear in its interpretation of what is the goal of the Russian nuclear experts and all their questions.

On Friday, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, General Rafael Grossi, suggested that he lead a delegation of experts to the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant “as soon as possible.”

Grossi describes the situation as “extremely difficult”, due to the presence of Russian experts who are inside the nuclear power plant while the operational management is Ukrainian.

under tremendous pressure

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s press release described the pressure on staff who have been at the power plant since its occupation by the Russians on March 4 as violent.

IAEA Director General Grossi has repeatedly expressed concern about the working conditions of employees at Ukrainian nuclear power plants during the conflict, in particular in Zaporizhia and Chernobyl, which were also controlled by the Russians for five weeks before the withdrawal.

The International Atomic Energy Agency expressed serious concern about the safety of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant because the workers were living in very difficult conditions, and the IAEA lost contact with the direct data transmission from the nuclear power plant.

At the moment, the IAEA receives direct data from active reactors in Ukraine, and the situation regarding nuclear safety has not changed over the past 24 hours, the agency wrote in a press release.

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