IAEA warns of 'increasing' military activity near Ukraine nuclear plant

"The idea is to agree on certain principles, certain commitments, including not to attack the plant," Grossi told AFP during a press tour organised by Moscow.

published on : 29th March 2023

UN nuclear chief says Iran visit could produce 'important agreements'

The two-day visit by the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) comes as the Vienna-based organisation seeks greater cooperation with Iran over its nuclear activities.

published on : 4th March 2023

Iran says it has started enriching uranium to 60 per cent at Fordo plant

The IAEA complains that the ability of its inspectors to monitor Iran's stepped up nuclear activities has been hampered by restrictions imposed by Iran.

published on : 22nd November 2022

India condemns recent intercontinental ballistic missile launch by North Korea

Kamboj said India calls for full implementation of the relevant UN Security Council resolutions relating to North Korea.Kamboj said India calls for full implementation of the relevant UN Security Coun

published on : 22nd November 2022

Ukraine nuclear plant reconnected to national grid: IAEA

Since being cut off from the grid, the station was relying on its own power supplies to operate essential safety mechanisms. Experts feared that the plant could run out of internal power.

published on : 17th September 2022

Ukraine, Russia 'interested' in securing nuclear plant: IAEA

"All IAEA efforts must be focused on achieving this goal. Anything short of this won't make Russia stop its dangerous game," Oleg Nikolenko wrote on Twitter.

published on : 12th September 2022

Ukrainian forces retake Russian-held territory near Kharkiv

Meanwhile, tensions continued to simmer around Europe's largest nuclear power plant where Ukraine and Russia have accused each other of threatening a nuclear disaster by shelling near the facility.

published on : 8th September 2022

UN team misled by Russia at Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant: Ukraine

Energoatom said Russian officials “are making every effort to prevent the International Atomic Energy Agency mission from getting to know the real state of affairs” at the Russian-held power plant.

published on : 2nd September 2022

UN agency to inspect Russian-occupied Ukraine nuclear plant in urgent mission

The stakes couldn't be higher for the International Atomic Energy Agency experts who will visit the plant in a country where the 1986 Chernobyl disaster spewed radiation throughout the region.

published on : 1st September 2022

UN nuclear inspectors head to troubled Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia power plant

The power plant has been occupied by Russian forces and operated by Ukrainian workers since the early days of the 6-month-old war.

published on : 31st August 2022

IAEA chief Grossi says mission to big Ukraine nuclear plant on way

The IAEA tweeted that the mission will assess physical damage to the facility, “determine functionality of safety & security systems” and evaluate staff conditions, among other things.

published on : 29th August 2022

Outage ends at Ukraine nuclear plant, as international inspection prepared

Kyiv suspects Moscow intends to divert power from the Zaporizhzhia plant to the Crimean Peninsula, annexed by Russian troops in 2014.

published on : 26th August 2022

IAEA mission seeks to visit Zaporizhzhia plant in Ukraine amid concerns

Fire damage to a transmission line at Europe's largest nuclear plant caused a blackout across the region on August 25 and heightened fears of a catastrophe in a country.

published on : 26th August 2022

Ukraine: IAEA "wants" to send a mission to inspect Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

Grossi said that the IAEA is continuing to receive remote safeguards data from the sites of the four operational NPPs in Ukraine, as well as from the Chornobyl NPP.

published on : 25th August 2022

Putin allows inspectors to visit Russia-held nuclear plant via Ukraine

A flare-up in fighting around the Russian-controlled nuclear power station -- with both sides blaming each other for attacks -- has raised the spectre of a disaster worse than in Chernobyl.

published on : 20th August 2022

NATO says 'urgent' need to inspect Ukraine nuclear plant

The plant is the largest one in Europe, and the uncertainty surrounding it as the war rages has fuelled fears of a nuclear accident to rival that of Chernobyl in 1986, when a reactor exploded.

published on : 17th August 2022

IAEA chief warns of 'grave hour' at Ukraine nuclear plant

"This visit cannot wait any longer," she told the Council, adding that the only way to ensure nuclear safety would be for Moscow to end its war.

published on : 12th August 2022

UN nuclear watchdog: Iran removing 27 surveillance cameras

The sites that would see cameras removed include its underground Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, as well as its facility in Isfahan.

published on : 9th June 2022

Iran turns off two of UN nuclear watchdog's cameras: Report

Iran already has been holding footage from International Atomic Energy Agency surveillance cameras since February 2021 as a pressure tactic to restore the atomic accord.

published on : 8th June 2022

Japan making progress on Fukushima water release plan: IAEA

A team of experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency visited the plant in February and met with officials.

published on : 29th April 2022
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