Minister of Energy of Ukraine Herman Galushchenko notes:
The main task of our ongoing dialogue and previous appeals to the IAEA is, first of all, for the international mission to officially record the capture of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant by the Russian military.
We hope that this will be an incentive to make tough decisions to ensure the security of Ukraine’s nuclear energy, and thus the nuclear security of Europe and the world. The priority is to close the sky over Ukraine.
We have already sent official appeals to the IAEA outlining our vision for security in the context of Russia’s hostilities on our territory.
In particular, we emphasize the following actions:
Ukraine also appealed to the European Commission and the United Nations to conduct special missions to ensure nuclear security in Ukraine and the world, as well as to identify all crimes of Russian military aggression that threaten the safe operation of nuclear facilities in Ukraine.
In addition, Ukraine insists that a special OSCE monitoring mission in our country establish round-the-clock monitoring and analysis of the situation at all domestic nuclear facilities, including the Chernobyl and Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plants, as well as other Ukrainian nuclear power plants.
Source: Government portal