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The head of the United Nations' nuclear agency has said the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine is "completely out of control".
Yevgeny Balitsky said officials were ready to show the IAEA how Russians were guarding the nuclear facility while Ukrainians were allegedly attacking it, the agency reported.
Russia seized the power plant in the early days after the invasion, and the shelling of buildings there by Russian forces caused an international outcry.
The power plant in southern Ukraine is still operating, with Ukrainian staff under Russian control.
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But the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) contacts with staff at the plant had been "patchy" and the supply chain of equipment and spares had been disrupted, Mr Grossi explained to the Associated Press.
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The war in Ukraine grinds on with Kyiv and Moscow blaming each other for attacks on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.United Nations chief Antonio Guterres, calling any attack on a nuclear plant a “suicidal thing”, demanded on Monday that UN nuclear inspectors be given access.
There was also a lot of nuclear material there which needs to be inspected by the IAEA, he added.
"The people of Zaporizhzhia and people far from Zaporizhzhia are relying on all of us to prevent war from causing a nuclear tragedy," Mr Grossi - who runs the IAEA, which works with countries to help ensure the safe use of nuclear technologies - told a conference in New York this week.
In June, Ukraine's state nuclear company accused Mr Grossi of lying over the planned inspection visit, saying Ukraine had not invited his organisation and any visit would legitimise Russia's presence there.
In his interview on Tuesday, Mr Grossi said he and his team needed protection to reach Zaporizhzhia - which meant the co-operation of both Russia and Ukraine.
"I'm pleading to both sides to let this mission proceed," he said.
In 1986, Ukraine was the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster when a reactor at the Chernobyl plant exploded.
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Officials say Russia has been launching artillery attacks from the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.Petro Kotin told the BBC the threat to the plant was "great", but that it remained safe.