Russia said the IAEA Board of governors that does not agree with the position of the annual report of the Secretariat in this part, where it is reported that the nuclear facilities in Crimea belong to Ukraine, said Russia's permanent Representative to the international organizations in Vienna Vladimir Voronkov.
He added that the note was sent on the first day of the week in the IAEA Secretariat." currently being discussed annual report of the IAEA, the draft of which was prepared by the Secretariat. It is inappropriate reality information about the fact that a number of nuclear facilities in the Russian Crimea is placed under Agency safeguards and belongs to Ukraine. Naturally, the Russian side it was clearly stated that after the reunification of the Crimea with Russia such statements are in conflict As to common sense and international law, "said RIA" Novosti " Voronkov.
for example, the story is about the nuclear research reactor IR-100, which is located in Sevastopol National University of nuclear energy and industry. According to the envoy, the message of Russia " does not mean that We have spoken against the rest of the document, giving an explanation on the part that is not true." Russia's envoy explained that the IAEA report is ultimately the result of the work of the Secretariat, and the collective opinion of the States members of the organization, which each year is submitted to the UN security Council, this report is under discussion and will in the future be discussed at the IAEA General conference, which will take place in September." There are able to made some adjustments, but only those that will gather the consensus of member States of the IAEA), " said Voronkov." Our position is strongly expressed. This message is attached to the minutes of today's discussion, and a note has been sent to the Secretariat of the IAEA, " Voronkov said. The IAEA Board session which commenced on the first day of the week and will run on the last working day of the week, part 35 of the 162 member States of the Agency. As told Reuters one of the diplomats, Ukraine expressed dissatisfaction in this step of Russia. Remember, in Crimea on March 16, 2014 held a referendum on the status of autonomy, more than 96% of participants who were in favor of joining region in Russia. March 21, 2014 Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the law on ratification of the agreement on joining of the Crimea and Sevastopol a part of Russia, as well as the decree about formation of the Crimean Federal district.