The International Atomic Energy Agency of the United Nations has made a statement about the explosions in Zaporozhye.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which is part of the UN, reported that powerful explosions occurred last night and today (19-20 November) at Zaporozhye, Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, located in Ukraine.
It was reported that some explosions from the windows were seen by IAEA specialists in the region. More than a dozen explosions were reported that damaged some buildings and equipment.
The IAEA warned of a “nuclear catastrophe” after new attacks on Zaporozhye.
Making a statement about the attacks on the nuclear power plant, which Russia and Ukraine mutually blame each other for, IAEA director Rafael Grossi said: “The news that we received from our team yesterday and this morning is very disturbing.”
Grossi called the explosions around the nuclear power plant “unacceptable” and continued:
Whoever is behind this must stop immediately. As I have said over and over again, you are playing with fire.
Since February 24, when Russia started the war against Ukraine, there have been several attacks on the Zaporozhye nuclear facility.
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