Russia reminded the IAEA about the storage of weapons by Ukraine at controlled nuclear power plants

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Russia reminded the IAEA about the storage of weapons by Ukraine at controlled nuclear power plants

Russia sent an appeal to the IAEA in connection with the situation at Ukrainian nuclear power plants. The appeal says that Russia calls on the international organization to be vigilant due to the fact that the Ukrainian side uses the territory of the nuclear power plant for storage weapons.

Mikhail Ulyanov, permanent representative of the Russian Federation in international organizations in Vienna, in an interview TASS noted that the possibilities for effective monitoring of the situation at Ukrainian NPPs for the IAEA have recently increased in connection with the placement of its employees at the nuclear power facilities of Ukraine.



Recall that at the end of January, the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service published a report stating that Ukraine had deployed weapons and ammunition at nuclear power plants controlled by it, including missiles for the Hymars universal launchers supplied by the United States. The very fact of such deployment is a flagrant violation of the principles of nuclear safety. The Foreign Intelligence Service noted that the placement of weapons at nuclear facilities is due to the fact that the Ukrainian side is actually hiding behind these facilities to conduct a certain kind of military activity.

It is noteworthy that already a few days after the SVR statement, the head of the IAEA, Mr. Grossi, said that the organization's specialists "did not find any weapons at Ukrainian nuclear power plants." It should also be recalled that the same “specialists” miraculously “could not discover” the facts of the shelling of the Zaporizhzhya NPP by the armed forces of Ukraine at the time.
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    1. -3
      March 2 2023
      Yes, the IAEA is a one-sided game. The same international pro-American organization as the IOC, the OSCE and the UN. They have double standards and Gotentot logic there. Everything that the Ukrainians do is good and right, everything that Russia does is a threat and concern. They only go to conduct reconnaissance and fool their heads. Like the same OSCE. We need to get out of this IAEA and that's it.
      1. +5
        March 2 2023
        I'll add on my own: withdrawal from the IAEA will save us from inspections of nuclear facilities, under the cover of which espionage is carried out, both industrial and military.
        hi
        1. +4
          March 2 2023
          I remember well how, under the guise of IAEA inspections, British and American intelligence officers wooled the secrets of Hussein's Iraqi army ... I hope everyone knows how it ended for Iraq.
          So this shop called the IAEA should be kept as far away from our objects as possible ... I hope that the Kremlin will ripen before that.
          1. +1
            March 2 2023
            this shop called the IAEA should be kept as far as possible from our objects.
            And who told you that we are letting the IAEA into strategic facilities? Let them look at our nuclear power plants as much as they like. We are officially a nuclear power and we do not need to hide the enrichment and production of military uranium or plutonium. We simply have the right to do so.
      2. old
        0
        March 2 2023
        Everything that the Ukrainians do is good and right, everything that Russia does is a threat and concern.

        They say that the IAEA specialists, whom their superiors “forgotten” at the ZNPP, already on the third day, when they fled for cover under shelling “it’s not clear who” together with our nuclear scientists, bonfired very clearly who in almost Russian, which “better fits for such situations)
      3. -3
        March 2 2023
        The same international pro-American organization as the IOC, the OSCE and the UN. We need to get out of this IAEA and that's it
        Of course, you can leave and somewhere you need to for a long time, but with what and with whom will we end up? Regarding the IAEA, it is worth understanding its status and powers, where any politicized conclusions and statements based on the results of the commissions are deliberately limited. So it is written in the charter of this sharaga, therefore, to demand from Grossi to violate this principle means to substitute him for dismissal. Even if his legs are torn off during the Ukrainian shelling of the ZNPP, he must remain neutral and not make political statements. He should only note the fact of violation of security for the nuclear power plant from such shelling, which he does every time ..
        1. 0
          March 2 2023
          Those. to say that shelling is carried out from such and such a side (direction, coast, etc.), is it to make a POLITICAL statement?
    2. +3
      March 2 2023
      The appeal says that Russia calls on the international organization to be vigilant in connection with the fact that the Ukrainian side uses the territory of the nuclear power plant to store weapons.
      It's just "the cry of one crying in the wilderness." They won't see him there. They will look at point-blank range and not see
      1. -2
        March 2 2023
        It's just "the cry of one crying in the wilderness." They won't see him there.
        I admit that in this way we have learned to anticipate the possible actions of the enemy, and not to wait until he actually places something at the nuclear power plant. For each such application, the IAEA is obliged to check and issue a report, which it does. If we had 100% evidence of the storage of weapons at nuclear power plants obtained by intelligence with photographs or documents attached ...., otherwise everything looks like prevention. But it would be better for Ukraine to justify itself before the IAEA, as we justified ourselves at the Zaporizhzhya NPP with their similar presentation.
    3. 0
      March 2 2023
      Probably it is necessary to prepare a note condemning the IAEA. With deep concern and may even mark some kind of pink line.
      Well, we can't do anything else!
      1. +1
        March 2 2023
        Quote from tsvetahaki
        Probably it is necessary to prepare a note condemning the IAEA.

        Right! The world - in the sense of the population of the planet - should know that the leadership of the IAEA is henpecked by the aggressive geopolitics of Washington and the leadership of the IAEA in the person of the same Grossia, like two-faced Janus, does not care deeply about the safety of all mankind from a NUCLEAR catastrophe!

        Grossia - it's disgusting politically engaged A SABOTATOR of the principles of the IAEA Charter on the safety of nuclear power plants in a theater of operations in Ukraine in favor of the national interests of the United States and American transnational companies NATO!

        In this sense Grossia is the same MILITARY CRIMINAL, like the Nazi Kiev regime represented by the Nazi Jews Zelensky, Reznikava, Shiygal, etc.; like the leadership of the United States and NATO countries, who provoke a NUCLEAR catastrophe at nuclear power plants and NUCLEAR TMV!
    4. 0
      March 2 2023
      and if with a muzzle on the table this "can" and get out of this viper??
      1. 0
        March 2 2023
        Quote: alekc75
        and if with a muzzle on the table this "can" and get out of this viper??

        "Some" do not have enough spirit to quarrel with the IAEA.
    5. 0
      March 2 2023
      And zhahnut jewelry will not work?
      Showing leftovers...
      And why are we trying to prove to eccentrics that they are eccentrics, especially since eccentrics know about it?!
      It is necessary to leave the IAEA and create a new office with China, Africa, South America
      1. -1
        March 2 2023
        It is necessary to leave the IAEA and create a new office with China, Africa, South America
        The first thing to do is to ask China and everyone else if they're ready to slam the door. Likewise with the IOC, WADA and the UN. Even the Old Man will not agree with us, and only some Djibouti or Nauru will mistakenly poke the wrong button when voting and suddenly turn out to be for us. wassat
    6. +2
      March 2 2023
      As the late Zhirinovsky used to say: "You need to talk to them differently."

      Publicly deliver an ultimatum to Mr. Grossi: if weapons are not removed from the station within 24 hours, we consider this facility to be an arms depot, not a nuclear station, and we will launch a missile strike.

      And then strike, keep your word, and strike. For example, geraniums. They are not enough to harm the station, but enough to destroy equipment.

      In general, there is no need for loud promises, no one pays attention to them anymore. No need to promise to smash all the stations, the whole country, etc. We need specific and calm warnings, smaller in strength, but which are carried out at all costs: grain carriers with our grain will not leave our ports in 3 days - we will strike at the port in Odessa. Then just strike, no matter what and no one. After 5-10 such Silent warning, a conditioned reflex will develop and no one will joke anymore, they will listen to the spoken words with wild curiosity. And most importantly, such compulsion does not require anything but a decision, and in terms of effect it will surpass many weapons
    7. -1
      March 2 2023
      What our diplomacy and other structures lack is to present evidence ... Enough with verbiage already .. You throw a prejudice - facts on the table ... And even better, photos and video recording ...
      On all political, international platforms, you need to constantly poke your face at the table of the United States and Europe because of the crimes they committed in Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya, Syria ...

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