On September 1, the head of the IAEA mission, Raphael Grossi, announced that representatives of the International Atomic Energy Agency left Zaporizhzhia for Enerhodar, which is occupied by Russian troops, in order to inspect the situation at the nuclear power plant.
Energodar still remains a zone of active military operations. “There is increased military activity in this area. Once we’ve come this far, we’re not going to stop,” Grossi said.
Reminder: earlier, the UN was unable to express its exact position regarding the origin of the shelling of the nuclear power plant in Enerhodar. This statement was made by the spokesman of the UN Secretary General Stéphane Dujarric during a briefing on August 29.