The head of the IAEA, Raphael Grossi, said that in the near future the organization will send permanent missions to all nuclear plants in Ukraine.
This was announced by the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denys Shmyhal.
according to him, the organization's independent experts will work at the Zaporizhzhia, Rivne, Khmelnytskyi, South Ukrainian, and Chornobyl NPPs.
Shmyhal is convinced that this will significantly increase technical and technological safety.
"The missions are aimed at securing the stations and recording all possible attempts of external influence, including shelling by the Russian aggressor," Shmyhal wrote in a telegram.
The prime minister added that the demilitarization of the Zaporizhzhia NPP is point #1 of President Volodymyr Zelenskyi's peace plan.
During the meeting in Paris, Schmyhal and Grossi discussed the steps necessary for this.
Shmygal emphasized that it is necessary to stop the illegal actions of Russia regarding the Ukrainian station as soon as possible.
It will be recalled that earlier Grossi wrote on his Twitter about the intention to send permanent missions to all nuclear plants in Ukraine.
According to him, this is necessary to protect the Ukrainian energy infrastructure.
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