“In Lviv, I had a meeting with the Secretary General of the United Nations. We agreed to continue coordinating implementation of the grain initiative,” the Ukrainian president wrote on his Telegram channel.
Regarding the events at the atomic plant in the city of Energodar, Zelensky specified that “the UN must guarantee the security of this strategic facility” and demanded to ensure its “demilitarization and full liberation of Russian troops.”
He gave Guterres Ukraine’s parameters for the possible visit of the mission from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to the plant, which, he demanded, must done “legally through the territory freed from occupiers.”
For his part, the highest representative of the international organization declared that they are working on sending a UN mission to the Elenovka settlement, southwest of Donetsk, to investigate the bombing of the prison perpetrated in late July, as a result of which 50 Ukrainians died.
The situation at the Zaporozhie nuclear power plant has worsened since August 5, when authorities from the city of Energodar reported several attacks on the plant by Ukrainian forces.