This information was reported by the IAEA, URA-Inform reports.
IAEA inspectors visited all six main control towers. They found out how many people work at the plant, but could not establish their qualifications and experience.
IAEA representatives also gained access to the reactor hall of power unit No. 6, although they are still not allowed into other reactor halls, machine rooms and on the roofs of reactors.
IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi explained that this is necessary to monitor nuclear safety and comply with five specific principles for protecting the Zaporizhia NPP.
In addition, he noted that the Russians have again installed mines around the perimeter of the plant . We are talking about a buffer zone between the internal and external fences of the facility, which was cleared in 2023.
It is worth noting that this zone is now considered closed and is not accessible to nuclear power plant personnel. Grossi emphasized that such a situation is incompatible with IAEA safety standards.
We recall that it was previously reported that the Ukrainian authorities had prepared a surprise: Kuleba warned what awaited the state.