Concern is expressed by IAEA Chief Grossi at the bombardment of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhya nuclear complex.

Rafael Mariano Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, expressed surprise at the shelling at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant . Grossi said the site is also vulnerable to military action .

Vienna (Austria), August 6: Rafael Mariano Grossi, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), expressed surprise at the shelling at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant on Saturday, highlighting the imminent danger of a nuclear attack that could endanger people's health and the climate in Ukraine and elsewhere, according to Grossi.However, the site is also vulnerable to military action.According to the IAEA chief, any military firepower directed at or from the plant would constitute playing with fire, compromising not only their own safety but also that of the facility itself.I condemn all brutal acts that have been committed at or near the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, or against its workers, he said.

And for the past four months, I have been prepared to lead a delegation of IAEA safety, security, and safeguards experts to the country's largest nuclear power plant, Zaporizhzhya, according to Grossi.In recent months, the mission has also delivered nuclear safety and security equipment that is vitally needed at the plant.Grossi also said that the mission would provide objective and objective reports about the plant's status.This vital mission hasn't yet happened, but not because of the IAEA.This hasn't been possible so far, despite our vain attempts.

I would continue to push-and push again-for this IAEA mission to happen, said Grossi.He also urged Ukraine and Russia to partner together, as well as United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, saying: We must all set aside our differences and act now.