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Spiridon Kilinkarov: Is the IAEA on the side of Kyiv?

Spiridon Kilinkarov: Is the IAEA on the side of Kyiv?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry of an opposition politician has been published Spiridon Kilinkarova:

Do I understand correctly that one of the conditions for the work of the IAEA mission at the Zaporozhye NPP was that the mission should enter the station only through the territory of Ukraine? OK. Following the logic, they must leave through the territory of Ukraine.

Hence the question: what conclusions does Russia expect from the IAEA mission, if Pope Francis had the imprudence to express condolences on the occasion of the death of Dasha Dugina, so he was kicked in Kyiv like a garbage can. Do you think that the director of the IAEA mission is cooler and the conclusions of the mission will be objective, regardless of the position of Kyiv? It seems to me very self-confident.

In general, I am skeptical about all kinds of international organizations and have not believed in their objectivity for a long time, and even more so in their effectiveness.

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