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Politico.eu.com | UN inspectors find 'impacts' at `violated' Ukrainian nuclear plant, 2 Sep "read out"
"We are establishing a permanent presence on site, this time with two of our experts who will be continuing the work," Rafael Mariano Grossi, the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told reporters after returning to Vienna from the Russian-occupied Zaporizh* nuclear power plant.

He added that both Ukraine and Russia agreed to have two IAEA inspectors stay at the plant permanently. "This has tremendous value, it makes a huge difference."

Their continued presence will allow the U.N. agency to provide independent information to the international community about the situation at the plant.
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Grossi also addressed criticisms from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensk*, who on Thursday complained that the IAEA head had not demanded the demilitarization of the power plant and its surrounding area. "This was the key -- the key! -- security point of our agreements," Zelenskyy said.

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