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Welcome to EPACHA's

Special Announcements - 2022

September - December 2022

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Celebrating the Life of

Queen Elizabeth II

21 April 1926 – 8 September 2022

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 Eternal, Consummate Diplomat!

Longest Serving British Monarch!

Humanity's Queen . . .

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Forever!

Learn more on the following web page:

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Ukraine Zaporizhzya Nuclear Power Station 

30 December 2022

The ZNPP, whose six reactors are all in shutdown, continues to receive the off-site electricity it needs for reactor cooling and other essential nuclear safety and security functions from the plant’s only remaining operational 750 kV external power line, out of four such lines before the current conflict in Ukraine. 

The team of IAEA experts present at the ZNPP reported that its connection to the 330 kV Ferosplavna 1 back-up line was lost at 21:35 local time yesterday as a result of damage on the other side of the Dnipro River, some distance away from the plant itself. The extent of damage was not yet clear but work to repair the line is already under way, the IAEA team added.

The Ferosplavna 1 was the ZNPP’s last functioning back-up power line and it is vital that it is restored as soon as possible, Director General Grossi said, reiterating that all military action potentially threatening the nuclear safety and security of Ukraine’s nuclear power plants (NPPs) must stop immediately.

The Director General said he is continuing his consultations with Ukraine and Russia aimed at agreeing and implementing a nuclear safety and security protection zone around the ZNPP as soon as possible.

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23 December 2022

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7 September 2022

IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi addressing the UN Security Council via video l

Mr Grossi told the Security Council that the IAEA through ISAMZ now has a continuous presence at Zaporizhzya NPP, with personnel on the ground at the plant providing first-hand neutral, impartial and technical information on the site’s status. . . “We in this case have the historical, ethical imperative to prevent something from happening,”  he said.  “We can agree on a very simple, but incredibly necessary protective mechanism to avoid what is happening now, as we speak, which is the shelling of a nuclear power plant. Let’s seize this opportunity so fundamental for peace, for security and to protect the populations of Ukraine and beyond,”  he added.

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29 August 2022

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Courtesy, UN / IAEA:   IAEA Director-General Rafael Mariano Grossi leads the IAEA expert mission team on their official visit to Ukraine to the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant.

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6 August 2022

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Image-Text Courtesy, United Nations / IAEA

The Director General said Friday’s events had breached

several of the seven indispensable nuclear safety

and security pillars that he outlined

at the beginning of the conflict, in particular: . . .

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In Memory of . . .

Pope Benedict XVI

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"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."

KJV Hebrews 11:1

16 April 1927 – 31 December 2022

Humanity's Eternal

Pope of Hope

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Dear young people, the Church depends on you!  She needs your lively faith,

your creative charity and

the energy of your hope.

Your presence renews, rejuvenates and gives new energy to the Church.

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