UN representative Dujarric said there were no conclusions about who was firing at the NPP
The United Nations (UN) does not draw conclusions about who is to blame for the shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear Power Plant (NPP), but calls for their cessation. This was stated by the representative of the UN Secretary-General Stephane Dujarric. His words are quoted by TASS.
“We don’t have such estimates,” he replied to a question from journalists about who is shelling the station.
At the same time, he noted that the organization calls for an end to the shelling. “The fact that we do not have an assessment does not mean that we do not call for an end to the shelling,” Dujarric said.
He assured that the UN would provide the IAEA mission heading to the NPP with security and logistics assistance. “We are glad that we have managed to make progress in the situation. This is a very important mission, given all the questions that arise in connection with the situation around the NPP,” Dujarric said.
Earlier, The Wall Street Journal, citing internal documents of the Ukrainian government, wrote that the inspection of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at the Zaporozhye NPP will last from August 31 to September 3.