Armenia's permanent representative to the international organizations in Vienna Armen Papikyan at the meeting with the Director General of the IAEA Rafael Grossi spoke about the Azerbaijani threats to strike at the Armenian NPP, said on Saturday the press service of the foreign Ministry of the Republic.
Earlier, the head of the press service of the Azerbaijani defense Ministry, Colonel Vagif Dargyakhli warned that in "case of attack on Mingechevir reservoir, the Azerbaijani armed forces can strike back at the Metsamor nuclear power plant, which will turn the Yerevan tragedy."
A small increase in concentrations of radioactive isotopes in the atmosphere over the territory of Northern Europe poses no danger to human health and the environment, the statement said the International atomic energy Agency (IAEA).
At the end of last week, some media reported that in early June, the authorities of nuclear and radiation safety in Sweden, Norway and Finland recorded in the atmosphere over the territory of Northern Europe a slight increase in the concentrations of radioactive isotopes with so-called reactor origin. It was also reported that, according to calculations by the National institutes of health and the environment (RIVM) of the Netherlands, these isotopes allegedly received from Russia, and that the cause of the incident may be the depressurization of the fuel element in a reactor of any nuclear power plant.
There are no hints that Iran currently has nuclear activities at two sites, the resolution on which is adopted the IAEA, said on Friday Russia's permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna Mikhail Ulyanov.
The IAEA Board of governors on Friday by a majority vote adopted a draft resolution of the EU Troika with (France, Germany, UK) on the inspectors access to two nuclear facilities in Iran.
The IAEA Board of governors by a majority vote adopted a draft resolution of the EU Troika with (France, Germany, UK) on the inspectors access to two nuclear facilities in Iran, reported RIA Novosti informed source.
The voting took place on Friday, and was attended by 35 members of the IAEA Board of governors.
U.S. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo called on the international community to demand Iran's full cooperation with the IAEA.
Speaking to the IAEA Board of governors on Monday, IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi called on Iran to provide immediate access to two facilities that already more than four months Tehran will not allow the Agency's inspectors. Director General of the IAEA also expressed concern that almost a year Iran will not enter into meaningful discussion to clarify issues related to possible undeclared nuclear material and nuclear activity. At the same time, Grossi said that Iran is on the same level continues to cooperate with the IAEA on monitoring of the implementation of the nuclear deal, despite the January statement of Tehran on the termination of all obligations of the AGREEMENT.
IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi on Monday urged Iran to provide immediate access to two objects, which Tehran for four months will not allow the Agency's inspectors.
"I call on Iran for the immediate and full cooperation with the Agency, including to provide immediate access to these us facilities," added Grossi.
The IAEA monitors the nuclear program of the DPRK, using satellite imagery and open sources of information, said on Monday the head of the Agency and Rafael Grossi.
"The Agency continues to monitor the DPRK's nuclear programme using open-source information and satellite imagery. We remain ready to play an important role in monitoring the DPRK's nuclear programme, if there was a political agreement between countries concerned," said Grossi, speaking before the Agency's Board of governors.
The international atomic energy Agency put 80 countries diagnostic equipment COVID-19, in the coming days and weeks, delivery will continue, said Thursday in a press-service of the organization.
We are talking about 250 games with diagnostic equipment and instruments, reagents and consumables to speed up the testing process, and equipment for personal protection and laboratory cabinets for safe analysis of samples. The first country which received assistance from the Agency, was Peru.