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IAEA’s Grossi on Ukraine: ‘We expect that no use of a nuclear weapon will take place’

By France24
17 December 2022   |   10:13 am
Rafael Grossi, the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), addressed the danger of nuclear weapons in the war in Ukraine in an interview with FRANCE 24 from Vienna. "We expect that no use of a nuclear weapon whatsoever will take place in this or in any other conflict," Grossi said when asked about recent threats by Moscow.

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