The International Atomic Energy Agency says the situation at Europe's largest nuclear power plant is unjustifiable, urges the immediate establishment of a security protection zone.
Ukraine's embattled Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant's last working reactor has been switched off from the grid as a fierce battle between Russia and Ukraine continues on the 194th day.
As the conflict enters its 192nd day, Moscow says Kiev tried to capture the Zaporizhzhia facility and Turkish President Erdogan tells Russia's Putin that Türkiye could play a facilitating role on the nuclear plant standoff.
A group of experts will be at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southern Ukraine until Sunday or Monday, International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Grossi says.
EU makes it harder for Russians to enter the bloc and a team of experts reaches Zaporizhzhia in south Ukraine en route to a Russian-held nuclear plant on the 189th day of the conflict.
The 14-strong team arrives in Zaporizhzhia from Kiev with a convoy including white UN-marked cars, as Kiev and Moscow trade blame over shelling at and around Europe's largest nuclear power plant.
Ukraine's Zelenskyy meets with International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi, who will head a planned mission to the Zaporizhzhia plant, as the war rolls into 188th day.
Russia increases the size of its armed forces on the 183rd day of the Ukraine conflict and a Ukrainian minister says an IAEA team could travel to the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in the coming days.
International Atomic Energy Agency chief and the head of Russia's Rosatom discuss the security situation at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in during talks in Istanbul as Russian attacks in Ukraine continue for the 182nd day.
Top officials reassert their support for Ukraine at a conference in Kiev on the eve of its independence day celebrations and the six-month anniversary of the beginning of Russia's military operation.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara will continue to support a peaceful resolution to the Crimean issue.
Russia requests a UNSC meeting on Zaporizhzhia in Ukraine where Kiev and Moscow have blamed each other for strikes on the power plant as the conflict enters its 180th day.
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