According to the IAEA, things seem to have stabilized in Ukraine around the Zaporizhzya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP). The four remote internal safeguards are still giving signals indicating the integrity of the reactors. However, the area is currently under Russian control, and it appears that the Russian Army is using it as a shield.
The IAEA is stressing the importance of peace, especially in the area of the Zaporizhzya Nuclear Plant. It also emphasizes the need for inspectors to view each reactor under Russian control. If the reactors lose power for whatever reason, go offline, and or have damage to the nuclear facility could have “an Unacceptable Radiological Consequence.” A disaster of such magnitude could profoundly impact the area and possibly the region.
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