Zelensky supports the demilitarization of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant

Zelensky supports the demilitarization of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant

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Ukrainian President Zelensky supports the disarmament of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant. International Atomic Energy Agency International Atomic Energy Agency said yesterday Urgent measures are needed to prevent a nuclear accident at the nuclear power plant.

A delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency recently conducted research in Zaporizhia. Nuclear power plant in the hands of Russia. Damage was noted at the nuclear power plant site, including the nuclear fuel building and solid radioactive waste storage facility.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says there is an urgent need for a nuclear safety zone and is ready to talk about it. The United Nations has called for disarmament in the region for some time.

Zelensky says in His daily video speech It is with a security and disarmament zone. The president said that control of the nuclear power plant should be returned to Ukraine. Yesterday, the International Atomic Energy Agency pointed out that the workers at the nuclear plant are working under “high and continuous pressures and pressures.” “Russia is putting the world on the brink of nuclear catastrophe,” Zelensky said.

First conversation with Truss

The Ukrainian president called the new British Prime Minister Liz Truss last night. He invited her to visit. It was reported from Downing Street that Truss accepted the call. So soon Zelensky will be able to receive the new prime minister of Ukraine.

Zelensky said on Twitter after the phone call that he was the first foreign leader to call Truss after moving to 10 Downing Street. “I thank the people for the great military and economic support. It is important that the UK is ready for reinforcement,” Zelensky wrote.

In the conversation, Truss reiterated that the UK continues to contribute to the freedom and democracy of Ukraine. The good cooperation between the two countries will continue. Her predecessor, Boris Johnson, has visited Ukraine three times since the Russian invasion in late February.

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