Russia regularly informs the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) about Ukrainian attacks on nuclear power plants, Russian Foreign Ministry Nonproliferation and Arms Control Department Deputy Director Igor Vishnevetsky said.
"We regularly inform the IAEA of these incidents and we disseminate informational brochures that anyone who wishes can familiarize themselves with," Vishnevetsky said during a discussion at the United Nations on Wednesday.
The diplomat explained that Russia has all the necessary proof, including photo and video evidence, that can confirm everything being said is the truth.
On July 18 and 20, Ukraine attacked power plants using unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, Vishnevetsky said and provided photographs of the incidents.
Vishnevetsky is part of a Russian delegation that participates at the United Nations in discussing the Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).
Some United Nations member states referenced the dangers in the current crisis in Ukraine and Russia used its right of reply in the debate to show its position and some of the supporting information it possesses.