The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team has finally arrived in Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine. Russia has given 24 hours to IAEA. In between they have to visit the nuclear facility. German media Deutsche Welle gave such information in a report.
But upon reaching Zaporizhzhia, the head of the organization, Rafael Grossi, said that they would try to keep their representative there permanently. Who can take care of the whole matter.
He said that IAEA has been trying to come to this project for six months. So far Russia has not agreed to it. Finally they gave permission. In fact, Russia took over the project within days of the war.
According to the report, Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. The center has exploded multiple times. Russia and Ukraine point the finger at each other. IAEA wants to remove the army from the center. Because they fear that the nuclear reactor may explode at any time. And if it happens, a terrible situation will be created. Arrangements before winter The battle began in the severe winter of February. Winter is coming again. In this situation, Ukraine has announced the evacuation of civilians from war-torn areas.
In particular, it is planned to evacuate everyone from Donetsk, Kherson, Kharkiv and Zaporizhia. According to Ukraine, civil services cannot be provided to civilians in those areas if the war lasts until winter. Not only that, people cannot be moved from there in case of sudden need. So plans have been made to remove them in advance. So far this order has been issued only in the Donetsk region.
Visa Debate After two days of continuous discussions, the European Union’s foreign ministers finally decided to cancel the 2007 visa agreement with Russia. As a result, it is believed that Russian civilians will have considerable problems in obtaining European visas.
In fact, the EU said, this would greatly complicate the visa process for Russian citizens. And that’s why many people won’t get a visa. Several EU countries have already started doing this. This time the EU took this decision globally.