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STRAIGHT. War in Ukraine: in Zaporozhye, Grossi asks “to agree on certain obligations, including not to attack the plant”


  • On Wednesday, the IAEA director visited the Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Zaporozhye in search of a solution acceptable to Kyiv and Moscow to ensure site safety.
  • The IOC is calling for the return of Russian athletes to competition but is postponing the 2024 Olympics, drawing anger in Berlin and Warsaw. Moscow screams about discrimination.
  • Russia is reported to have shot down American long-range missiles. Ukraine did not provide any information about the deployment of these devices.
  • In the Donetsk region, the city of Avdiivka is about to be “wiped off the face of the earth.”

Charles III defends solidarity with Ukraine against Russia

Charles III urged on Wednesday evening during a trip to Germany to defend democratic values ​​and praised solidarity with Ukraine in defending “freedom” from “Russian aggression”. Britain and Germany stand “side by side to defend and promote their common democratic values,” he said in a speech at Bellevue Palace in Berlin.


In Zaporozhye prevent “taking by arms”

Russian troops stationed at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine claim to be preparing for an attack from Kiev, which denies and in turn accuses Moscow of using the site as a “shield”. AFP journalists were able to visit on Wednesday on the occasion of the visit of IAEA Director Rafael Grossi as part of a press visit strictly controlled by the Russian army. According to Grossi, the IAEA is seeking an agreement between Moscow and Kiev on several key “principles”, including a non-aggression on this largest nuclear power plant in Europe and no heavy weapons stationed there.


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Source: Le Parisien

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