The IAEA mission arrived in Zaporizhzhya.
This is reported by Spiegel.
According to the newspaper with reference to AFP and Reuters, the mission arrived in the city in about 20 cars, including an ambulance. The convoy started in Kyiv early in the morning German time.
"In Zaporizhzhya, a group of experts headed by the head of the IAEA, Raphael Grossi, is to assess the situation at the Zaporizhzhya NPP and, according to Grossi, "as far as possible, stabilize it," the publication adds.
As reported, on Wednesday, August 31, Russia fired at Energodar, where the Zaporizhya NPP is located, where the IAEA mission is supposed to arrive today.