No breakthroughs appear to have come out of a summit in Lviv, Ukraine, as the conflict with Russia approaches the six-month mark.
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and U.N. head Antonio Guterres agreed Thursday on the terms of a trip by the International Atomic Energy Agency to the embattled Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the presidential website said.
However, the plant has been under Russian control since early in the war, and it’s not certain the Kremlin will accede to the visit. A Russian Foreign Ministry official rejected the notion of withdrawing troops, saying it would leave the plant “vulnerable.”
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