Despite heavy shelling in the area, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) mission set off today from Zaporizhzhia to Enerhodar and, according to the latest reports, arrived at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant controlled by Russian forces. Rafael Grossi, who is at the helm of the mission, emphasized the continuation of his plan. About 500 Russian soldiers and employees of the Russian Rosatom concern are stationed at the power plant’s site.
From the early morning hours, the city of Enerhodar, where the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant is located, has been under shell fire. In such conditions, the mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency began. After undergoing detailed checks by Russian soldiers, the IAEA team were admitted to the plant in the afternoon.