IAEA chief warns of ‘very real risk’ of disaster at nuclear plant in Ukraine

He said he was ‘extremely concerned’ about the ‘serious situation’ at Europe’s largest nuclear plant, which he warned could threaten public health and the environment in Ukraine and beyond

Europe’s largest nuclear power station is “out of control”, says UN nuclear chief

IAEA’s Director-General said every principle of nuclear safety has been violated at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant

Nuclear watchdog “increasingly concerned” for staff of Ukrainian power station

IAEA’s Director-General has said staff are operating the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant under “extremely stressful” conditions

Chernobyl nuclear plant staff ‘stole fuel from Russians to prevent catastrophic incident’

Officials at the station reportedly confirmed drone footage released by Ukrainian military showed Russian troops dug trenches and stayed there, the BBC reported

Russian troops leave Chernobyl nuclear power plant site

Ukraine informed the International Atomic Energy Agency, in writing, that Russia had transferred control of the nuclear plant to Ukrainian personnel and moved two convoy of troops towards Belarus

UN nuclear watchdog chief meets with Ukrainian officials to discuss safety assistance

Rafael Mariano Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency was at the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant yesterday to review and deliver IAEA’s technical assistance immediately for the safety and security of the country’s nuclear plants

Head of UN’s nuclear watchdog arrives in Ukraine

The boss of the IAEA has said that action is needed to avoid the risk of a nuclear accident

Rest of Ukraine’s Chernobyl nuclear plant technical staff leave Russian-controlled site

A total of 13 workers who have been onsite for nearly four weeks declined to rotate

Nearly half of Ukraine’s Chernobyl nuclear plant workers allowed to leave site

Staff had been working at the Russian-controlled facility for nearly four weeks – or around 600 hours – without being able to change shifts

Is Russia taking full control of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant?

Ukraine informed the IAEA that Russia was planning the move under the management of state firm Rosatom, which confirmed a limited number of its experts were present on site but denied operational control