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UKRAINE:

UNDER ATTACK!

RUSSIA'S ILLEGAL WAR AGAINST UKRAINE

CONTINUES . . .

WITHOUT

DETERRENCE.

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Russia-Ukraine War [2022–present]

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  PART III  1 Jan. 2023 - Dec. 31, 2023

  PART II:   5 April 2022 - Dec. 31, 2022 

GLOBAL WARNING:

This War Must End!

24 FEBRUARY 2022 - 24 FEBRUARY 2024

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Humanity's Statement:

LAWLESS. SENSELESS. 

NEEDLESS LOSS OF

LIFE. HORRIFIC

INJURIES. 

ENVIRONMENTAL

DEGRADATION.

It's time to. . .

"RALLY AROUND PEACE!"

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SUMMIT ON PEACE

IN UKRAINE: SWITZERLAND

15 - 16 June 2024

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Delegates from 90 countries, including

several heads of state, will attend

a two-day peace conference

at the Bürgenstock resort

in central Switzerland. 

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24 February 2024

The following text excerpt is a Courtesy of  VATICAN NEWS - Article By Andrea Tornielli

After two years of war in Ukraine, what still needs to happen

for the aggression to stop and for us to get around the

table to negotiate a just peace?

Pope Francis' countless appeals to draw attention to "battered Ukraine" have been left to fall on deaf ears. War and violence seem to have become the way to resolve disputes. The arms race with a view to future wars is now a given and is also accepted as inescapable. The money that can never be found to build kindergartens and schools, to fund health care that works, to fight hunger, or to foster the ecological transition by having the preservation of our planet at heart, is always available when it comes to armaments. Diplomacy appears mute in the face of belligerent sirens. Words such as peace, negotiation, truce, dialogue, are looked upon with suspicion. 

The Message is Clear:

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It's TIME

to RALLY

AROUND

PEACE!

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Russia's Illegal War Against 

Ukraine Continues 

With Death and 

Destruction Endangering

The Whole of Humanity!

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  UPDATES: 2024  

Ukraine Zaporizhzya Nuclear Power Station 

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11 July 2024

URGENT EMERGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT

United Nations Security Council Update

15 April 2024

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Rafael Mariano Grossi,

IAEA Director General

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I thank the President of the Security Council for allowing me the opportunity to update you on the IAEA’s activities concerning nuclear safety, security and safeguards in Ukraine. I also thank the Council for their continuing support of the IAEA’s efforts.

It has been more than two years since the war began, the first ever to be fought amid the facilities of a major nuclear power programme.

The IAEA has been monitoring the situation closely and assisting Ukraine every day since the start of the war. IAEA staff are continuously present, monitoring the situation at all five of Ukraine’s nuclear power plants, including at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, which remains under Russian operational control.

Today my statement will focus on the recent grave violations of the five concrete principles that I first established in this very chamber on 30 May. These five concrete principles are there to prevent a nuclear accident and to maintain the integrity of the Zaporizhzhya NPP.  Let me remind them what they are:  

1There should be no attack of any kind from or against the plant, in particular targeting the reactors, spent fuel storage, other critical infrastructure, or personnel;

2.  ZNPP should not be used as storage or a base for heavy weapons (i.e. multiple rocket launchers, artillery systems and munitions, and tanks) or military personnel that could be used for an attack from the plant;

3. Off-site power to the plant should not be put at risk. To that effect, all efforts should be made to ensure off-site power remains available and secure at all times;

4. All structures, systems and components essential to the safe and secure operation of ZNPP should be protected from attacks or acts of sabotage;

5. No action should be taken that undermines these principles.

On 30 May last year I said here that observing these principles was essential to avoid the danger of a catastrophic nuclear incident and that I had respectfully and solemnly asked both sides to commit to them.

At our meeting last May distinguished Members of the Security Council and Ukraine clearly supported those principles.

 

Nevertheless, Madame President, over the past ten days, the first of these principles has been violated repeatedly in what marks a step-change increase in risk to nuclear safety and security at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant.

 

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20 JUNE 2024 A team of IAEA experts on 20 June assesses damage at an electrical sub-station in the city of

Enerhodar, home to many staff of the nearby

Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine.

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Courtesy, IAEA team in the city of Enerhodar, Ukraine]

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15 APRIL 2024recent spate of reckless attacks” on the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) in Ukraine must end immediately, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) told the UN Security Council on Monday.

Click Below: IAEA Ukraine Updates 220 - 224 April 2024

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Courtesy, IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi (centre) visits the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine (file photo).

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Continued . . .

Ukraine Zaporizhzya Nuclear Power Station 

11 July 2024

The city that is home to most staff of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP), Enerhodar, has continued to suffer temporary power cuts, water shortages and nearby forest fires following reports of military activities in the area, adding to the many challenges facing plant personnel during the armed conflict, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said today.

Over the past several months, a series of drone attacks has further fuelled deep concerns about the dangers facing the ZNPP, which is located on the frontline. In recent days, the IAEA experts stationed at the site observed smoke coming from nearby locations where they were told that such strikes had occurred. Earlier today, they also reported about the presence of fires near Enerhodar though the cause was not immediately clear.

The IAEA team was informed of an attack last Friday that damaged an electrical transformer in a sub-station of Enerhodar, leading to an hours-long power outage. The ZNPP also told the IAEA experts that shelling near the city yesterday impacted a water pumping station and another electrical sub-station, leaving the residents without tap water and electricity during the day. The ZNPP remained connected to its two off-site power lines and was not affected by this reported attack.

“These latest attacks have not targeted the nuclear power plant directly, as in April. However, continued military activity in the region remains a serious concern and it is essential that the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant is protected to ensure nuclear safety and security,” Director General Grossi said.

The Director General reiterated that an attack last week that reportedly injured eight ZNPP workers at an electrical sub-station in Enerhodar had violated several of the seven indispensable pillars of nuclear safety during a conflict, notably one on protecting plant staff.

“The sporadic loss of basic living essentials such as electricity and drinking water is affecting the staff and families at all nuclear power plants and facilities throughout Ukraine, potentially impacting on their ability to perform their important nuclear safety and security work,” he said.

Further underlining the precarious situation caused by the conflict, the IAEA team at the ZNPP has continued to hear explosions and gunfire at various distances from the plant on a near daily basis over the past week.

The IAEA experts are nevertheless still conducting regular walkdowns across the ZNPP site to monitor nuclear safety and security. On Tuesday, there was another rotation of experts crossing the frontline to replace colleagues who have been there over the past several weeks. It is the 21st IAEA team at the site since Director General Grossi established the mission on 1 September 2022.

At the site, the IAEA experts are closely following maintenance activities that are important for nuclear safety and security, but have proved challenging during the conflict. Safety system maintenance is progressing in reactor units 1 and 6, and such work has also begun in the main transformer of unit 3.

Last week, the IAEA experts checked the status of some of the site’s 20 emergency diesel generators (EDGs), the last line of defence if the ZNPP were to lose off-site power. The IAEA team routinely attends tests of the EDGs and last week observed that the generator being tested started within the safety criteria.

The IAEA team also assessed the availability of diesel fuel for the EDGs by visiting the diesel fuel storage tanks, located outside the site perimeter. They were informed that there is currently 1300m3 of diesel fuel available, and that all fuel tanks connected to the EDGs were full; this is more than sufficient fuel for operation of EDGs for at least 10 days, which is the minimum regulatory requirement. The team was told that the site can receive additional diesel fuel in 24-48 hours.

Last Friday, the IAEA experts performed a walkdown of the ZNPP cooling pond and related cooling water facilities. With the current hot weather, the level of the cooling pond has been dropping by around 1 centimetre every day, and in recent days fell below 15 metres for the first time since the Kakhovka dam was destroyed last year. The 11 groundwater wells that were dug after the dam’s destruction continue to supply all the water to the sprinkler ponds, which is needed to cool the six reactor units in cold shutdown, as well as the safety systems.

The IAEA experts present at the Khmelnytskyy, Rivne and South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs) and the Chornobyl site reported that nuclear safety and security is being maintained despite the effects of the ongoing conflict, including air raid alarms on several days over the past week.

The IAEA team at the Khmelnytskyy NPP rotated at the end of last week. Planned maintenance and refuelling activities are continuing at two of the three units at the South Ukraine NPP (units 1 and 3) and one of the four units at the Rivne NPP.

As part of the IAEA’s efforts to support Ukraine in maintaining nuclear safety and security during the armed conflict, the Agency arranged four additional deliveries of equipment to the country in the past week. It brings the total number of deliveries to 55 since the start of the conflict.

The State Enterprise USIE Izotop – involved in the management of radioactive material intended for medical, industrial and other purposes – received equipment intended to enhance nuclear security. The Rivne NPP took delivery of measurement instruments and Khmelnytskyy NPP filter absorbers, both of relevance to nuclear safety at the sites. The State Emergency Service of Ukraine (SESU) received power supply units intended for its radiation monitoring networks and the analytical laboratories of its hydrometeorological organizations. The deliveries were supported with funding from Japan, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

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International Criminal Court Issues

Arrest Warrant for

Russian President Vladimir Putin

17 MARCH 2023

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An arrest warrant has been issued by the International criminal court (ICC) for Russian president Vladimir Putin, as well as Maria Alekseyevna Lvova-Belova, Russia's presidential commissioner for children's rights.

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10 JANUARY 2024

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Zelenskiy:  Ukraine under no pressure

from allies to stop fighting

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Here’s what happened today . . .

Al Jazeera: Our live coverage will end soon. Here’s

a recap of the day’s main developments:

  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy began a tour of Baltic states intended to shore up support for the war effort, saying in Lithuania that Ukraine proved Russia can be stopped.

  • Lithuania approved a package of long-term military assistance to Ukraine, totalling 200 million euros (nearly $220m).

  • The general staff of Ukraine’s army says its forces repelled dozens of Russian attacks in the direction of Avdiivka, Mariinsky, Kupiansk and Kherson.

  • At least one civilian was killed in a Russian-guided bomb attack on the village of Olkhovatka in the Kupiansk district of the Kharkiv region, according to Oleg Sinegubov, the head of the regional military administration.

  • Russia claimed killing at least 450 Ukrainian soldiers in the past 24 hours during seven attacks by Ukraine’s forces in the directions of Ukraine’s Kupiansk, Yuzhno-Donetsk and Zaporizhia.

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RUSSIA's illegal military invasion

of Ukraine's sovereignty continues 

undeterred into another new year.

The widespread suffering caused by

Russia's horrific, indiscriminate 

slaughter of innocent, unarmed

Citizens are "War Crimes"

 

identified as -

"Crimes Against Humanity!"

Russia's reckless, inhumane boldness

in the eyes of  "THE LAW" is

a despicable display of

utter disregard for the "Peaceful

co-existence amongst Nations," 

the sustainability of Russia,

-the rights of Ukraine and the

 

"Whole of Humanity"

Around the World, 

including Humanity's 

Life-Sustaining Environment.

RUSSIA continues to jeopardize

the viable existence of Russia as

a legitimately functioning

Nation amongst Nations.

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WAR CRIMES ARE

BEING COMITTED

AGAINST

 UKRAINE

END PUTIN'S LAWLESS VIOLENCE

NOW!

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