Raphael Grossi, its head International Atomic Energy Agency (International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA), arrived today at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which is located in southeastern Ukraine and is under the occupation of Russian forces, as part of efforts to avoid the risk of a nuclear accident.

THE Grossiwho met with President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday, called the situation at the plant “very dangerous” and very volatile.

The official arrived at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant to inspect the situation there, a spokesman said. IAEA. “He is now at the factory,” he said.

Grossi “expects to see how the situation has developed at its nuclear plant Zaporizhiato talk to the nuclear engineers who operate it,” Ukrainian operating company Energoatom said in a Telegram post announcing Grossi’s arrival.

Moscow and Kiev have accused each other of bombing nuclear plant facilities over the past year. Grossi is pushing for a security agreement between Ukraine and Russia to protect the facility.

Grossi said in an interview with Reuters from the Ukrainian city of Dnipro on Tuesday that his effort to broker a deal aimed at protecting the nuclear plant was continuing and that he was adjusting proposals to make decisive progress on the issue.