Radiation levels at Chernobyl nuclear power plant are abnormal: IAEA

The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has said that the level of radiation at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine is abnormal.

He told the AFP news agency. News from the BBC.

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According to the report, the director general of IAEA said that the level of radiation at the former Chernobyl nuclear power plant was abnormal.

Intense fighting has been going on in the area of ​​the power plant since the beginning of the aggression in Ukraine. However, after the occupation, the Russian troops left the area.

Raphael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told reporters that Russia had occupied the Chernobyl power plant for some time. Now the condition of this power plant is ‘very, very terrible’.

“We are monitoring the situation at the center on a daily basis,” he said. The situation is certainly unusual and very, very frightening.

The power plant faced the worst nuclear disaster in its history in 1986.

Russia took over the power plant in the early days of the aggression in Ukraine. Then came the threat of a nuclear catastrophe. This incident caused a huge reaction all over the world. Recently, the Russian army left the power plant. The country is now fighting for control of the Donbass and southern regions of Ukraine.

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