Russia-Ukraine conflict: Russia allows UN to inspect Zaporizhia nuclear plant

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Russia-Ukraine conflict: Russia allows UN to inspect Zaporizhia nuclear plant

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Russian President Vladimir Putin says UN officials will be allowed to inspect and access the Zaporizhia nuclear plant. The Kremlin's announcement was made after a phone call between President Putin and French President Emmanuel Macron. The announcement came at a time when claims of clashes near the plant continued and four civilians were injured due to Russian shelling. On the other hand, the United States has reiterated sending more weapons for military assistance to Ukraine on Friday. The statement, issued after a call between the French and Russian presidents, called for "necessary assistance" to UN officials regarding access to the Zaporizhia nuclear plant. Agreed to provide. Russia seized the facility in March, one of the first locations occupied by Russian troops since the invasion of Ukraine. The region has come under heavy artillery fire in recent weeks, with both Kiev and Moscow blaming each other for the attacks. The Kremlin said that "both leaders agreed on the importance" of sending IAEA experts to the plant to assess "what the current situation is." The Director General of the IAEA welcomed Putin's statement and said that he is ready to visit the plant himself. On the other hand, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has welcomed this possible inspection, but has also said that specific details are still being reviewed. He said that '

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