He declared that this includes radiation measurement devices, protective material, computer-related assistance, power supply systems, and diesel generators in a statement.
According to Grossi, they will coordinate the implementation of the help that the IAEA and its member states will provide, including delivering required equipment directly to Ukraine’s nuclear sites.
The needs are significant, and he is very grateful for the considerable support that their Member States have already suggested they will make available.
Ukraine has 15 operational reactors at four plants, of which seven are presently connected to the grid, including two at the Zaporizhzhia facility, which Russia currently controls.
Grossi expressed the IAEA was still not receiving a remote data transmission from its monitoring systems installed at the defunct Chornobyl plant.
Next week Rossi is expected to visit the power station, which Russian forces occupied soon after invading Ukraine but left on March 31. He stated he would hand over radiation monitoring equipment and personal protective equipment.
Ukraine 2022/23-grain harvest increases
Analyst APK-Inform on Saturday lifted its forecasts for Ukraine’s 2022/23-grain crop and exports because of a better than expected winter harvest.
The consultancy said in a statement that Ukraine could harvest 41.4 million tonnes of grain in 2022, covering almost 17 million tonnes of wheat and 18.5 million tonnes of corn.
APK-Inform declared 2022/23 exports could also rise to 33.2 million tonnes versus the prior outlook of 29.9 million tonnes.