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New York(ANN)-The United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has called on Russia and Ukraine to establish a safe zone free from bombings, which aims to avoid the risk of nuclear weapons damage around them. Nuclear Power Plant of Zaporizhzhya (ZNPP). 

The establishment of a Nuclear Safety and Security Protection Zone at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in Ukraine is urgently needed to ensure that the physical integrity of the plant is not compromised, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi told the UN Security Council yesterday.

This issue came after experts from the IAEA visited the facility in the past few days, and then, last Tuesday they issued a report related to the visit to the facility and said, IAEA, that the bombardment of the facility should be stopped immediately.

“This requires the agreement of all parties involved in the construction of a nuclear safety zone and security protection” around the plant, the report said.

Experts from the IAEA said that the bombing was a great threat to nuclear safety. “The IAEA remains very concerned about the situation at ZNPP—this has not changed,” the report said.

The United Nations also said that the best course of action is to stop the conflict, and if that does not happen, it is appropriate to establish a security zone. It also called for the removal of the Russian to be transported in armored vehicles that the delegation inspected at the Centre.

Europe’s largest nuclear facility, in Zaporizhzhia Khorsen, in Ukraine, was seized by Russia in March 2022, prompting a series of airstrikes and shelling bombings at the site, where fierce fighting is still going on.

The bombing of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, nuclear experts warn, could cause a major radiation disaster and the deaths of millions of people, as well as major environmental damage.

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By Arraale M Jama Freelance Journalist and Human Rights activist.

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