Putin assures Macron that he supports sending an IAEA mission to the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, supported this Friday the sending of a mission by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to the Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Paparazzi.

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, supported this Friday the sending of a mission by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to the Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Paparazzi.  The nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, is occupied by the Russian Army and is the target of attacks for which Moscow and kyu blame each other.  "The presidents stressed the importance of urgently dispatching an IAEA mission to the nuclear power plant, which will allow the situation to be evaluated at the scene," the Kremlin reported, reporting the telephone conversation between the two leaders at the initiative of Paris.  For its part, the Ukrainian nuclear company Energoatom has warned that the "Russian occupation forces plan to stop the power units in operation and disconnect them from the communication lines that supply power to the Ukraine system in the near future."


The nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, is occupied by the Russian Army and is the target of attacks for which Moscow and kyu blame each other.

"The presidents stressed the importance of urgently dispatching an IAEA mission to the nuclear power plant, which will allow the situation to be evaluated at the scene," the Kremlin reported, reporting the telephone conversation between the two leaders at the initiative of Paris.

For its part, the Ukrainian nuclear company Energoatom has warned that the "Russian occupation forces plan to stop the power units in operation and disconnect them from the communication lines that supply power to the Ukraine system in the near future."

 



"A Major Catastrophe"

The Kremlin has reported in a statement that Putin has stressed that "the systematic bombing of the territory of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant by the Ukrainian military creates the danger of a major catastrophe, which can lead to radioactive contamination of large territories".

"Various aspects of the situation around Ukraine were discussed," the statement said. Putin has referred to the invitation extended to experts from the United Nations Secretariat and the International Red Cross to visit the prison in Olivia, where more than fifty Ukrainian prisoners of war died as a result of a missile attack that Moscow attributes .

The Russian president has also informed Macron of the fulfillment of the Ukrainian and Russian grain export agreements reached in Istanbul on July 22.


Putin has drawn Macron's attention to the obstacles created by sanctions on the export of Russian food and fertilizers, which "endanger the global food supply."

 

 

 


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