IAEA denies Russian drone strike on Zaporizhia nuclear plant.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has confirmed that there was no attack on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in Russia-occupied Ukraine, in response to Russian claims that Ukrainian forces attempted a drone strike on the plant.

In a statement released today, the IAEA said that while there is information that a drone was intercepted at Zaporizhia on April 9, it was not connected to the plant, a nearby thermal power plant, or a city near the plant.

The IAEA explained that experts did not hear or observe anything in the vicinity of the plant during the time of the attempted drone strike, and that while air raid warnings were sounded throughout the country for one day on September 9, there was no indication that the safety and security of the facility was affected at other nuclear power plants in the country, including those in Ryne, South Ukraine, and Hmelnitsky.

Earlier, the Russian military claimed that Ukrainian forces attempted to attack the spent fuel storage facility at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant with a drone on September 9, 먹튀검증 but were unsuccessful.

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