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Next rotation of the IAEA mission observers took place at Zaporizhia NPP

AtomInfo.Ru, PUBLISHED 12.01.2024

The next, 15th rotation of the IAEA mission observers took place at the Zaporizhia NPP on January 11, 2024.

According to the telegram channel of the Zaporizhia NPP, there are four inspectors in the mission.

Their task, as before, is to monitor and assess the safety status of the station, both operational and physical security.

It should be recalled that the IAEA experts have been working at the NPP since September 1, 2022, after the first visit of the Agency's Director General Rafael Grossi to the station.

Topics: IAEA, Russia

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