In addition to Chernobyl, the IAEA lost access to Zaporizhia data
The International Atomic Energy Agency reported this evening that in addition to Chernobyl, Loss of connection to data from remote monitoring systems Nuclear materials from the largest nuclear power plant in Europe: Zaporizhia.
The International Atomic Energy Agency once again stated that the Chernobyl plant has been without electricity for the past few hours. In a statement to the agency compressed That this will not be her ‘critical effect’ In the basic safety functions, but pointed out that the lack of electricity can lead to “Deterioration of the radioactive security system” And it can create more stress for employees “who haven’t been able to switch shifts in the past two weeks”.
“Day by day, we see the situation getting worse, Especially with regard to nuclear safety.”with employees under “difficult conditions” and facing “extreme difficulties”.
About Zaporizhia, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, “worried” about interruptions in the transmission of data from the nuclear plant to the organization.
“Remote data transmission in nuclear power plants is a An important component of our security implementation in Ukraine and around the world “said Rafael Grossi, who will go to Turkey tomorrow, where he will meet with the country’s Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba are also scheduled to visit Turkey.
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