IAEA head wants to get to ZNPP to legitimize occupiers – Energoatom


The head of the IAEA wants to get to the ZNPP to legitimize the occupiers, – Energoatom

The head of the IAEA wants to get to the ZNPP/Collage of Channel 24

Energoatom claims that IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi is lying again. He wants to get to the ZNPP, but not for the sake of helping Ukraine, but to legitimize the occupiers.

The head of the IAEA wants to legitimize the occupiers

Energoatom said that on June 6, IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi announced that they were preparing an expert mission to the Zaporozhye NPP.

This is because the largest nuclear power plant in Europe (Zaporozhye NPP) has stopped online transmission of data on the status of nuclear materials to the IAEA.

Ukrainian specialists consider such a message from the head of the IAEA as another attempt to get to the ZNPP in order to legitimize the stay of the occupiers there and, in fact, approve all their actions, Energoatom said.

At the same time, the Ukrainian side did not invite Grossi to visit the Zaporizhzhya NPP and had previously refused him a visit, stressing that this would be possible only when control over it was returned to Ukraine.

Why is there no connection between ZNPP and the IAEA

“Loss of communication” between the Zaporizhzhya NPP and the IAEA was caused by the actions of the Russian occupiers, who turned off the Ukrainian operator Vodafone in Energodar, with which the IAEA has a contract for data transmission.

“All points of collection of this data and servers located under the control of the IAEA – closed and sealed. The information is accumulated on the server and will be transmitted when Vodafone is turned on,” the experts added. >made sure the Agency “loses control”, without having access to this information, which means that the IAEA Director General had a reason to come to the station.

Why the IAEA supports Russia

< p dir="ltr">It is interesting that almost a quarter (which is about 100 people) in the leadership of the IAEA are Russians. And even Grossi's own deputy, head of the Department of Nuclear Energy Mikhail Chudakov, is also a Russian citizen.

Energoatom also reminded that Grossi's previous visits to Ukraine had not brought any benefit. And on the way back, he went to a meeting with the head of Rosatom, and together they reported to the world how good everything was at the Zaporozhye station.

By the way, in mid-May, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin cynically said that the Kremlin is ready to sell electricity from the seized ZNPP to Ukraine, and if our state does not agree, the station will work for the Russian market.

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