What to expect from the IAEA report on the ZNPP. The Center for Strategic Communications explains
On September 6, the Director General of the IAEA, Raphael Grossi, will inform the UN Security Council about the results of the mission at the Zaporizhzhia NPP. The circumstances under which the IAEA mission worked indicate serious problems at the nuclear facility.
The Russians prevented the IAEA mission from passing through the front line to the nuclear power plant and did not allow representatives of independent media together with the mission.
The main “expert” from the Russian side, represented by the IAEA, was the swindler Renat Karchaa. He has no competence in nuclear energy.
The Russians misled the IAEA mission by declaring alleged “Ukrainian shelling”.
The IAEA mission was conducted along a previously prepared route and was not allowed to enter facilities such as a crisis center.
Russian military equipment in the machine rooms of power units, which violates fire safety requirements, was captured.
Demilitarization of Energodar is the only way to guarantee the safety of the nuclear facility.