Russia and Ukraine blame each other for attacks in the environment of the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant, where the fighting rages on. The town authorities have started exercises to security for ensure protection, while the inspectors of International Organization for Atomic Energy (IAEA) Are you ready for Supervise what is happening in the central .
For several days the inhabitants and public institutions have participated in these drills before a possible radioactive leak. At the same time, the vice president of the country has asked the population of the south and east to leave their homes.
The mission of the 14 inspectors of the United Nations Atomic Agency He hopes to start his work at the plant today and they trust that Moscow will allow them to establish a permanent mission, although at the moment there is talk of a few days.
Ukraine and Russia accuse each other of creating instability in Zaporizhia
Ukraine has accused the russian forces to throw air strikes on the route established by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to reach the Zaporizhia nuclear power plantwhere it is planned that this Thursday a team of experts will travel to assess the situation in which the plant finds itself.
The head of the Zaporizhia Regional Military Administration, Oleksandr Starukh, has denounced that these alleged attacks have not allowed a United Nations team to continue “for security reasons“, He has counted on his Telegram channel.
Likewise, Starukh has assured that Ukraine is doing everything possible to ensure IAEA mission access to nuclear power plant, now under russian control and scene in the last months of attacks that both sides reproach each other.
Russiafor its part, reported on Wednesday the arrest of a Ukrainian military group that planned to attack the nuclear plant from the city of Energodar.
“They had large amounts of explosives, small arms, grenade launchers. They were very well prepared. […] Thanks to the investigative work carried out, he was not only frustrated attempted attack, but the group was detained, without firing a single shot,” Zaporozhye Vladimir Rogov, a member of the main council of the administration, explained to the TASS agency.