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Update 91 – IAEA Director General Statement on Situation in Ukraine

Ukraine has informed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) about new shelling in the area of the country’s Zaporizhzya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP), further underlining major nuclear safety and security risks at Europe’s largest such facility, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said today. Read more →

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International Youth Day: New IAEA Nuclear Science and Technology Student Competition for Asia

Sustainable development needs the energy, skills and drive of young people, and the focus of this year’s International Youth Day, observed annually on 12 August, is building and promoting greater intergenerational solidarity. Read more →

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Hostilities at Zaporizhzya NPP Must Stop and IAEA Needs to be Allowed to Assess Status of the Facility, Grossi tells UN Security Council

The IAEA’s presence at the Zaporizhzya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine would allow the organization to carry out important technical activities in nuclear safety, security and safeguards and at the same time provide a stabilizing influence, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi told the UN Security Council today. Read more →

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Radiation Emergency Management School Held in French for the First Time

Mitigating the consequences of nuclear or radiological incidents and emergencies was the focus of a recent three-week IAEA School of Radiation Emergency Management, held for the first time in French. Read more →

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IAEA Director General Grossi to Brief UN Security Council on Ukraine’s Zaporizhzya Nuclear Power Plant

The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Mariano Grossi, will brief the United Nations Security Council on Thursday about the nuclear safety and security situation at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) and his efforts to agree and lead an IAEA expert mission to the site as soon as possible. Read more →

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IAEA Supports Costa Rica in Nuclear Security Efforts for Women’s U-20 Football World Cup

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is supporting Costa Rica in its efforts to protect this month’s football World Cup for women under the age of 20 against any criminal or terrorist activities involving nuclear or other radioactive material. Read more →

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