Experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), having examined the state of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant after the shelling, came to the conclusion that a non-radioactive leak occurred there due to damage to the tanks for storing condensates.
Experts also reported that the main road that runs along the reactors, an idle railway, a compressed air pipeline and the roofs of auxiliary buildings were damaged as a result of the strikes.
At the same time, all six reactors of the nuclear power plant are in a stable condition, the storage sites for nuclear fuel and waste were not damaged during the strikes, the IAEA reports. There is no immediate threat to nuclear security, the statement said.
On November 20, after dozens of explosions near the station , IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi once again addressed the warring parties and called for an agreement and as soon as possible to introduce a nuclear safety zone around the ZNPP.
In September, the IAEA published a report on the state of the station after completing the inspection at the ZNPP. It states that all seven nuclear safety rules have been violated at the ZNPP and there is a risk of a "nuclear incident" if the shelling does not stop.