IAEA board passes resolution calling on Russia to leave Zaporizhzhia

Pay attention to the FACT that the IAEA Board of Governors fails to insist Ukraine cease all actions against the ZNPP.

I guess it’s okay with the IAEA Board of Governors that Ukraine attacks the power plant?

If this resolution was truly about safety, it seems sensible that the IAEA would insist that there is no shelling or attacking of the plant what so ever, holding Ukraine to account for their actions.

What does that tell you?


The U.N. nuclear watchdog’s 35-nation Board of Governors on Thursday passed a resolution demanding that Russia end its occupation of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine, diplomats at the closed-door meeting said.

The resolution is the second on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine passed by the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Board of Governors, and their content is very similar.

Both resolutions were proposed by Canada and Poland on behalf of Ukraine, which is not on the board, the IAEA’s top policy-making body that meets more than once a year.

The text, which says the board calls on Russia to “immediately cease all actions against, and at, the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant and any other nuclear facility in Ukraine”, was passed with 26 votes in favour, two against and seven abstentions, the diplomats said

Russia and China were the countries that voted against while Egypt, South Africa, Senegal, Burundi, Vietnam, India and Pakistan abstained, they added

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What does it tell me? It tells me that IAEA hasn’t changed since the days of the Western Attack on Iraq for Israel. It’s being used to set up a ploy for invasion of the Ukraine by the West–on the basis of ‘nuclear threat

In other words, the IAEA is just another fake asset of the PerpZ.

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