Russia and Ukraine have blamed each other for the shelling of the Russian-held Zaporizhia nuclear power plant following an emergency meeting at the United Nations Security Council. did.
The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine, which is controlled by the Russian military, has been bombarded this month, raising concerns about the safety of nuclear power plants.
On the 23rd, an emergency meeting was held at the UN Security Council, and UN Under-Secretary-General DiCarlo said, "Every day there are reports of alarming incidents. If they become more severe, we may face a catastrophe." He called on both Russia and Ukraine to accept a team of experts from the IAEA = International Atomic Energy Agency to investigate the local situation.
After that, Russia's ambassador to the United Nations Nebenzia, who requested the meeting, reiterated that the shelling was by Ukrainian forces, and said that weapons supplied to Ukraine by the United States were also used in the attack.
In response, Ukrainian ambassador to the UN Kislitsa said, "Russia boldly requested a meeting of the Security Council and discussed its own acts of terrorism," again accusing Russia of the shelling.
On the other hand, regarding the IAEA's field survey, both Russia and Ukraine have shown a willingness to cooperate, and the focus will be on whether the two sides will agree on the route of the expert team, etc., and whether the survey will be realized.