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Russia requests UN meeting to address attacks on nuclear power plant

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Russia requests UN meeting to address attacks on nuclear power plant

Moscow, Aug 10 (Prensa Latina) Russia's deputy permanent representative at the United Nations, Dmitri Polianski, confirmed on Wednesday that a meeting of the body's Security Council has been requested to address the attacks on the Zaporozhie nuclear power plant.
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“Ukrainian provocations should not be hidden from the general public,” the diplomat expressed on Telegram.

Polianski explained that the call to the meeting was requested for Thursday, August 11, and they also demanded the presence of the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi.

Alarmed by the situation and its consequences, the IAEA highest representative recently referred to the bombing, and said that agency is “extremely concerned” about the attacks near the plant, and at the same time he warned that the risk of a possible nuclear catastrophe is “very real.”

Grossi called on the parties in the conflict to exercise maximum restraint in the vicinity of this important nuclear facility and condemned any violent acts at the plant, in its vicinity or against its personnel.

Authorities in the city of Energodar, where the atomic power plant is located, charged last Sunday that the Ukrainian military had launched a new attack on the Zaporozhie nuclear power plant.

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