Grossi: Safety principles of Zaporozhye NPP received support

Grossi: Safety principles of Zaporozhye NPP received support

Rafael Grossi
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The safety principles of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, proposed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), have received wide support. This was stated by the director general of the agency Rafael Grossi, reports TASS.

Earlier, Grossi proposed to the UN Security Council to support the five principles for ensuring the security of the ZNPP. We are talking about preventing attacks on the station or from its territory, the absence of heavy weapons and military personnel at the nuclear power plant that can be used for an attack. In addition, the list states that the power supply of the station must not be endangered, it is important to ensure the protection of all structures and systems that ensure safe operation, as well as the prohibition of actions that undermine the above principles.

“It is important that we found the lowest common denominator, the basic five principles, which received wide support, and there were no votes against,” Grossi said during a conversation with reporters after a meeting of the UN Security Council.

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He also added that different parties may have different interests, approaches and goals, while respecting the relevant principles will help to avoid the worst case scenario. At the same time, at the meeting itself, the IAEA Director General described the security situation at ZNPP as extremely fragile.

As reported by “Parliamentskaya Gazeta”, the FSB stopped the activities of a group of saboteurs in the Zaporozhye region. It was clarified that they were preparing a terrorist act against one of the leaders of the ZNPP.

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