Grossi’s long-awaited report on the ZNPP, the creation of the Special Tribunal for the crimes of the Russian Federation and another 5 billion euros for Ukraine. The main news of the night and morning
The head of the United Nation’s nuclear watchdog is set to release a report Tuesday about the nuclear safety and security situation in Ukraine after his team’s visit to examine the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine.
International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Grossi will also brief the U.N. Security Council on his team’s findings, the IAEA said.
The IAEA inspectors arrived at the Zaporizhzhia plant Sept. 1 and spent days evaluating damage at the site, how well safety and security systems are working, and conditions for the Ukrainian staff at the plant that has been under Russian control since the early days of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
On September 6, Grossi will present a report on the IAEA mission at the ZNPP
This is stated on the website of the International Agency.
“Director General Grossi will publish a report on the situation with nuclear safety, security and guarantees in Ukraine on Tuesday, including the conclusions of the mission at the ZNPP,” the message reads.
Later that day, he will brief the UN Security Council on the mission.
The European Commission is ready to discuss the prospects of creating a Special Tribunal for Russian war crimes in Ukraine
This was stated by European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders in Brussels.
“We are open to discussing with you the establishment of a Special Tribunal to see the prospects. And you know that there are also discussions with the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg,” said the European Commissioner.
“People’s Bayraktars” arrived in Ukraine
Three Bayraktar TB2 drones, which the Turkish company Baykar Makina promised to transfer free of charge to the Ukrainian side for the funds collected as part of the “People’s Bayraktar” project, have already been delivered to Ukraine.
General Director of Baykar Makina Haliuk Bayraktar told Ukrinform about this in the city of Kielce in Poland at the International Defense Industry Exhibition (MSPO 2022).
The head of the European Commission announced EUR 5 billion in aid to Ukraine
The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, announced that this week Brussels will offer Ukraine an additional 5 billion euros in macro-financial assistance.
Earlier, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal spoke about providing this amount.