The inaction of international organizations can have critical global consequences.
After the bombing of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant by the Russian occupiers, international organizations reacted weakly and inappropriately.
This was stated over the telethon by the head of the military administration, Alexander Starukh.
He noted that as a result of recent events and the shelling that the representatives of the Russian Federation carried out on the territory of the nuclear power plant, the threat hangs over the whole world.
At the same time, the international organizations that should solve these problems have shown inaction so far. This, he thinks, could have critical global implications.
“The situation demands a real response, not an expression of concern from the international organizations responsible for it,” said the president of the AM.
After the bombing of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant by the Russians, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, declared that he was “extremely concerned about yesterday’s bombing of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant.”
He said this “highlights the very real danger of a nuclear disaster that could threaten public health and the environment in Ukraine and beyond.”
Grossi called on “all parties” to exercise restraint and condemned“any act of violence committed within or near the ZNPP or against its personnel”.
At the same time, the IAEA Director insisted on the visits of the IAEA mission to the territory of the ZNPP, respectively to the occupied territory of Ukraine.
Ukraine opposes the visit of the IAEA mission to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and condemns the idea of a visit to the occupied territories without the consent of the Ukrainian authorities. The Russian invaders actively supported such a visit and even prepared for it.