Grossi made comments to members of the press at the entrance to the city of Zaporozhye, where he returned after his first day’s examinations at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant.
Stating that they made inspections at the power plant and visited parts such as the emergency system and the control room, Grossi said, “We chose 3-4 important points that I had to see first. I had the opportunity to talk to the power plant employees and the people living in the region.” said.
Grossi stated that they have a lot of work to do to analyze the situation at the power plant and said, “We are not going anywhere. The IAEA is there right now, at the power plant and will not go, it will stay there. We will continue to exist at the power plant with some of our experts.” he said.
Pointing out that he came to the region because he was worried about the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant, Grossi said, “I was worried, I am worried and I will continue to worry about the power plant until the situation becomes more stable and predictable. It is obvious that the physical integrity of the power plant and the power plant have been violated many times. No matter what side of the war you are on. “No matter how you think about war, it can’t go on. That’s why we’re trying to put certain mechanisms in place.” he said.
Grossi stated that he also met with the Ukrainian employees working at the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant during his inspections. used his statements.
Asked about the security situation in the area, Grossi said, “This morning was quite difficult. I said before that I would not stop after I came here. We went inside with our team. There were moments when the fire was obvious, heavy machine gun, artillery, mortar, 2 or 3 times … For all of us. “It was worrying. I think we’ve shown that the international community is there and can be there, and we will continue to do so. Our work has just begun.” made its assessment.
On the other hand, Grossi, in his video message recorded at the Zaporizhia NPP and shared on his Twitter account, said, “The IAEA will continue to exist here.” made his statement.
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