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The IAEA demands from Russia to stop the occupation of nuclear facilities in Ukraine

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The organization called on the Russian Federation to immediately withdraw its forces from the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, in southern Ukraine.

The Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), made up of 35 countries, adopted the third resolution since the start of a full-scale war in Ukraine, in which it called on Russia to stop all activities in the Ukraine’s nuclear facilities. On Thursday, November 17, Reuters reports.

24 states voted in favor of the new resolution, seven countries abstained. Among them are Kenya, Namibia, India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Vietnam. At the same time, two states voted against the resolution – Russia and China. Two other countries were absent from the poll.

“The Council expresses its deep concern that the Russian Federation has not heeded the Council’s calls to immediately cease all actions against and at nuclear facilities in Ukraine, and calls on the Russian Federation to do so immediately,” the document said.

As previously reported, the IAEA will send missions to four Ukrainian nuclear power plants.

Recall, the head of the Ministry of Energy German Galushchenko said that on November 15 Russia launched the most massive missile attack on the energy system of Ukraine since the beginning of a full-scale war.

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