The IAEA will send a delegation of 13 people led by General Director Grossi to the Zaporozhye NPP, APA reports citing West Observer.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will send a new delegation to the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP), headed by General Director Rafael Grossi, adviser to the head of Rosenergoatom Renat Karchaa told Interfax.
The delegation will include 13 people. According to him, “carefully and in detail” the route of its following is being worked out. In addition, Russia received a note from the UN Security Department in connection with the situation around the station against the backdrop of the destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station.
At the same time, the adviser claims that this does not pose direct threats to nuclear safety. The water level in the cooling pond remains unchanged, if necessary, the station is ready to quickly switch to alternative sources of its replenishment, Karchaa said.
Earlier it became known that Rafael Grossi will visit the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP), Kyiv and Moscow to discuss the security plan.
He also said that the situation around the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station is serious, but there is no reason to panic now. He explained that an emergency at a hydroelectric power station could deprive it of cooling and provoke “very serious” damage to the reactors, but such consequences are possible with further destruction of the station, and now there is no reason to panic.