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What is happening at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant now?

Disturbing news comes from the largest nuclear power plant in Europe every day. The russian invaders turned this object into their military base, but this does not prevent them from carrying out provocations in order to influence the world community and reduce Western support for Ukraine.

So, on Monday, August 29, information appeared in Telegram channels that rockets fell between the second and third reactors. Conducting hostilities in critical proximity to a nuclear power plant can lead to a catastrophe of a very large scale. Of course, we hope that this does not happen. In the event of a nuclear explosion, several countries will be affected - this will depend on the direction of the wind and other natural factors. Russian invaders are well aware of this and know that Ukraine will not launch missiles in the direction of the nuclear power plant. However, russian provocations and propaganda want to show such a picture...

In the evening of the same day, another rocket landed in the neighboring city of Energodar - as a result of explosions, 9 people were injured. Two of them are in critical condition in the hospital. Russian missiles exploded right next to civilian targets.

It soon became known that the international community would not leave this situation unattended. On August 30, the International Atomic Energy Agency announced its plans to arrive at the Zaporizhzhia NPP. The IAEA inspection at ZNPP will last 4 days: from August 31 to September 3. The delegation of this international organization should consist of 14 experts. The mission did not include representatives of Ukraine and Russia - for the "purity" of the investigation and the search for those responsible for dangerous provocations.

After difficult negotiations and agreements with the Russian and Ukrainian military, the IAEA mission left Kyiv in a convoy of cars in the direction of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The head of the mission, Rafael Grossi, said that the mission would spend a couple of days at the ZNPP.



The closer the convoy of IAEA mission vehicles drove up to the nuclear power plant, the more problems they encountered on the way. Russians complicated the process of visiting the occupied territory. For example, they refused to issue special passes for a mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency. This greatly complicated the entry into the occupied territory. But still, a convoy of about 20 cars was slowly approaching a dangerous object...

Meanwhile, new explosions sounded in Energodar - right in the city. Obviously it was a russian provocation - the author of this video also reports this. There is profanity in the video.

In the sky over Energodar, russian helicopters were seen firing, as well as heavy military equipment. It is terrible to imagine what civilians felt at the time of the explosions, although such conditions have become familiar to many Ukrainians.

Meanwhile, the Russian Ministry of Defense stated that allegedly Ukrainian troops “landed on the coast of the Kakhovka reservoir 3 km northeast of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in two sabotage groups of up to 60 people in 7 boats and attempted to seize the power plant.”

On the afternoon of September 1, the IAEA officially confirmed the arrival of the mission to the Zaporizhzhia NPP. Scientists have already managed to take measurements and "learned a lot of things" to sum up the results of the investigation. Several representatives of the Mission plan to stay at the nuclear power plant. Russian military equipment is indeed located inside the nuclear power plant in large numbers - this is contrary to the norms of international law. We will monitor further developments and keep you informed.







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