(ANSA) – BERLIN, Aug. 21 – Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron, Olaf Schulz and Boris Johnson launched a plea for military “restraint” around the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, with Moscow accusing each other for weeks and Kyiv. The four Western leaders agreed during a telephone conversation on the need for a “rapid inspection” of the nuclear plant by the International Atomic Energy Agency. In the interview, they confirmed that they would continue to support Kyiv, according to a statement.
According to the White House memo, “the leaders reiterated their continued support for Ukraine’s efforts to defend itself from Russian aggression” and “discussed the situation at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, including the necessity and importance of avoiding military operations near the plant. Visit the IAEA as soon as possible.” possible time to check the status of the security system.” They also discussed “the negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program, the need to strengthen support for partners in the Middle East and joint efforts to prevent and impede Iran’s destabilizing regional activities.” (Dealing).
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