NATO chief about the power plant occupied by Russia. “It threatens Ukraine and neighboring countries”

The head of NATO said on Wednesday in Brussels that agency representatives should urgently inspect the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant in Enerhodara, Ukraine.

This area is occupied by the Russian army poses a serious safety risk that increases the risk of a nuclear accident or incident, Stoltenberg said, referring to the regular Russian shelling around the plant.

– There is an urgent need to authorize IAEA inspections and have all Russian forces withdrawn from there. Russian control of the power plant poses a threat to the people of Ukraine, neighboring countries and the international community – argued the head of NATO during a press conference after the meeting with President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic.

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