すべての国がウクライナ側に圧力をかけ原発に対する砲撃をやめさせるべきとロシア: ずくなしの冷や水

2022年08月29日

すべての国がウクライナ側に圧力をかけ原発に対する砲撃をやめさせるべきとロシア

Moscow urges ‘all nations’ to pressure Kiev over nuclear site
But creating a demilitarized zone around the Zaporozhye nuclear site isn’t on the agenda, the Kremlin says
Making Ukraine cease its attacks on the Russian-controlled Zaporozhye nuclear power plant will require a joint effort from the whole international community, Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov has said.

“We still believe that all countries are obliged to put pressure on the Ukrainian side, so that it stops endangering the European continent by shelling the territory of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant and adjacent areas,” Peskov told the media on Monday.

The statement came hours after International Atomic Energy Agency head Rafael Grossi announced that IAEA experts would visit the nuclear plant this week to assess the security situation and establish a permanent presence at the facility.

“We’ve been waiting for this mission for a long time. We believe it to be necessary,” the Kremlin spokesman said, adding that Moscow was ready to cooperate with the UN atomic agency.

He assured that Russia would provide the necessary security to the IAEA inspectors once they reach the plant from Ukrainian-held territory.

Peskov also commented on a suggestion by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres that the crisis at Europe’s largest nuclear power station could be resolved by setting up a demilitarized zone around the perimeter.

“No, there’s no talk about it,” the Kremlin press secretary said when asked about the proposal.

Russia has repeatedly accused Ukraine of targeting the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant and the nearby town of Energodar with artillery and drones, warning that it could trigger a disaster that would eclipse the 1986 Chernobyl incident.

Ukraine, meanwhile, has claimed that Russian forces have turned the nuclear plant into a military base and that they’ve been shelling the facility themselves to pin the blame on Kiev. Moscow, which has denied those accusations, has been insisting on a visit by the IAEA to the site.

Russia’s Defense Ministry said that a Ukrainian drone was shot down above the Zaporozhye plant on Sunday and that at least eight large-caliber shells were fired at Energodar by Kiev’s forces on the same day.

クレムリンのドミトリー・ペスコフ報道官は、ウクライナにロシアが管理するザポロジェ原子力発電所への攻撃を止めさせるには、国際社会全体の共同努力が必要であると述べた。

「我々は、すべての国がウクライナ側に圧力をかけ、ザポロージエ原子力発電所とその隣接地域に対するすべての国がウクライナ側に圧力をかけによってヨーロッパ大陸を危険にさらすことを止めさせる義務があると信じている」と、ペスコフ報道官は月曜日にメディアに語った。

この声明は、国際原子力機関(IAEA)のラファエル・グロッシ所長が、IAEAの専門家が今週中に原発を訪問し、安全状況を評価し、原発に常駐することを発表した数時間後に発表された。

「我々は長い間、この任務を待っていた。我々は、それが必要であると考えている」とクレムリン報道官は述べ、モスクワは国連の原子力機関に協力する用意があると付け加えた。

また、IAEAの査察団がウクライナ領内から原発に到着した際には、ロシアが必要な安全を提供することを確約した。

ペスコフ氏はまた、アントニオ・グテーレス国連事務総長が、欧州最大の原子力発電所の危機は、周辺に非武装地帯を設定することで解決できると示唆したことについて、次のようにコメントした。

クレムリンの報道官は、この提案について聞かれると、「いや、それについての話はない」と答えた。

ロシアは、ウクライナがザポロジェ原発とその近くの町エネルゴダールを砲撃やドローンで狙っていると繰り返し非難し、1986年のチェルノブイリ事故をしのぐような災害を引き起こす恐れがあると警告してきた。

一方ウクライナは、ロシア軍が原発を軍事基地化し、キエフに責任を負わせるために自ら原発を砲撃していると主張している。これらの非難を否定しているモスクワは、IAEAによる現地訪問を主張している。

ロシア国防省は、日曜日にザポロジェ原発上空でウクライナの無人機が撃墜され、同日、キエフ軍によってエネルゴダールに少なくとも8発の大口径砲弾が撃ち込まれたと発表した。

Kiev shelling damages roof of nuclear reactor fuel storage – official
The roof of the building was damaged in the attack, Zaporozhye Region’s administration says
A Ukrainian strike has hit a reactor fuel storage at the Russian-controlled Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, local authorities said on Monday.

The roof of the building has been damaged as a result of the attack, Vladimir Rogov, the spokesman for Zaporozhye Region’s administration, said on Telegram.

He also posted a photo of a hole in the roof that was supposedly caused by the strike.

The affected storage facility holds fresh nuclear fuel for the reactors of the plant, which is the largest in Europe.

Moscow said earlier that a Ukrainian drone targeting the Russian-controlled facility had been shot down.

Moscow has repeatedly accused Kiev's forces of targeting the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant – which has been under Russian control since March, but operated by Ukrainian staff – with artillery and ‘kamikaze’ drones.

It warned that those attacks could trigger a disaster that would eclipse the 1986 Chernobyl incident. Radioactive material could potentially reach Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Moldova, Belarus, and even Germany in a worst-case scenario.

Ukraine, meanwhile, has claimed that the Russian forces have turned the nuclear plant into a military base and that they’ve been shelling the facility themselves to pin the blame on Kiev.

Russia has repeatedly denied those accusation and urged for international inspectors to visit the site to assess the situation for themselves.

Earlier on Monday, International Atomic Energy Agency head Rafael Grossi announced that such a mission will take pace after all, with IAEA specialists expected to arrive at the Zaporozhye plant this week.
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