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The head of the UN nuclear watchdog demanded the release of Ukraine’s Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia power plant director-general. He claimed that his detention posed a danger to safety and security.

Vene patrull arestitud Ihor Murazhov reedel (30. septembril). Tehast haldav riigiettevõte teatas laupäeval, et Venemaa võimud kinnitasid vahistamist.

“IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi expressed hope that Mr Murashov would return to his family safely, promptly, and be able resume his important functions in the plant,” the agency tweeted late Saturday.

Ukraina president Volodõmõr Zelenski väitis, et Murašovi röövis Venemaa. Ta nimetas seda terroriaktiks.

Zelenskiy stated in his nightly video address that “This is yet another example of clear Russian terror” and demanded that the terrorist state be subject to an ever-increasing penalty.

The IAEA reached out to the relevant authorities in order to get clarifications about his temporary detention. It stated that it had a “very important impact” on him as well as nuclear safety and security standards.

Grossi will hold talks next week in Moscow and Kyiv about the creation of a zone of protection around Zaporizhzhia’s plant, the teatas valvekoer Laupäeval (1. oktoober).

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Ukraina välisminister Dmytro Kuleba ütles, et Grossi lubas talle telefoni teel, et IAEA teeb kõik endast oleneva, et vabastada Venemaa poolt röövitud ZNPP direktor.

Kuleba stated that Ukraine is ready to allow IAEA experts to rotate at Zaporizhzhia’s station. Since September, several IAEA experts have been elektrijaamas.

Kuleba stated on Twitter: “I stressed Russia must withdraw troops, military equipment from the station.”

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