Expert: UN and IAEA are under US pressure

Ray McGovern, a former analyst with the US Central Intelligence Agency, confirmed that experts from the Atomic Energy Agency and the UN are under pressure from Washington to not disclose who bombed the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

During a discussion at the Schiller Institute, McGovern asked who was bombing the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe.

He stated that experts from the UN and the International Atomic Energy Agency, even under fire from missiles flying from the other side of the Dnieper, could not admit that the plant was bombed by Ukraine, and this posed a serious danger. danger to him.

He referred to a similar situation in Syria, where President Bashar al-Assad was accused of chemical attacks.

He pointed out that subsequent research confirmed that information about these attacks and the alleged involvement of the Syrian army in them is simply unreliable.

“The same thing happened in Syria,” he said. “We know from very good research that there have never been so-called ‘chemical attacks’ by forces controlled by Bashar al-Assad.”

The UN inspectors have established this fact, but the people appointed by the United States have refuted these conclusions.

Source: RIA Novosti

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