Based on photo credits, TASS and various other Russian media have released several photos of IAEA chief Grossi being given an explanation around the tail end of a rocket sticking out the ground. I have two questions about that photo, but I'm going to ask them separately.
The first is: who is the guy with dark, round glasses seen in one the photo(s) pointing at the rocket and seemingly giving an explanation while Rossi takes notes? (He's not readily identified in a couple of Western media reports that reproduced the photo(s).)
Likewise it's the same person in a near-identical setup vis-a-vis of Grossi on the roof of another building near a hole in that roof, but again the Western media piece doesn't identify the man with dark glasses giving the explanations there either.
I'm asking because AFAIK Russia has named their own administration of the plant or at least of the region. I'm guessing it's more likely one of "their guys" in the photo, but I'd like some confirmation on his exact status. DW only says
The delegation was given a tour of the facility by Russian forces.
But the guy (with dark glasses) seemingly doing the talking is in plain/civilian clothes, so who is he exactly in the "Russian forces"?