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OIEA establishes mission permanente en central nuclear de Zaporiyia | Noticias

The director general of the Organization Internacional de Energía Atómica (OIEA), Rafael Grossi, informed this Thursday that they will establish a continuous presence in the nuclear power plant of Zaporizhia, in Ukraine, after completing his first visit to the facilities.

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A través de su cuenta en la red social Twitter, Grossi indicated that “I’m ending my first visit to the Central Nuclear Zaporizhia de Ukraine. OIEA llegó para quedarse y mantendrá una presencia continua”.

The official affirmed that the team of the organism that arrived at the nuclear power plant, the mayor of Europe, was able to collect much information and recur the “key areas that we wanted to see in this first approach to the entire installation”, adding that there was still much more to be done. hacer

“Por supuesto, todavía queda mucho por hacer. Mi equipo remains. Y lo más importante, organizaremos una presencia permanente aquí de la OIEA”, he emphasized.

Además, destacó que es fundamental conocer lo que sucede en el terreno, por lo que que la presencia continua del OIEA en la central will help a obtener datos regulares, fiables e impartiales.

The mission of the organism arrived on the eve of the city where the plant is located and, at the moment, Grossi assured that its purpose is “to prevent a nuclear accident”.

Al respecto, el Ministerio de Defensa ruso affirmed that “pese a los intentos del régime de Kiev por perturbar la visita de un team de experts del OIEA a la central nuclear de Zaporiyia, la parte rusa confirma su dispositiona recibirlo con plena seguridad”.

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The Russian authorities have denounced that the installations of this nuclear power plant have been the object of recurrent attacks by Ukrainian forces.

Since the beginning of last March, the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, operated by the Ukrainian company Energoatom, is under the control of the Russian forces, which, according to the authorities of that country, consider it necessary to avoid the leakage of nuclear and radioactive materials.