Euratom Report on the third review meeting on implementation of the obligations under the Convention on Nuclear Safety (link)

October 21, 2004

Brussels, 20 Oct 2004

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The European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) is a regional organisation as referred to in Article 30 (4) of the Convention on Nuclear Safety. It acceded to the Convention on 31 January 2000.

This report is structured according to the Guidelines regarding national reports under the Convention on Nuclear Safety established by the Contracting Parties to the Convention (INFCIRC/572/Rev.2).

Section 1, Introduction gives an overview of the relationships of Euratom with its Member States and refers to the new Declaration deposited by Euratom according to Article 30 (4) (iii) of the Convention.

Section 2, Implementation of the Convention, contains the article by article review.

Section 3, Activities aiming at improving safety, refers to a wide range of past, ongoing and future activities carried out by Euratom in the field of the Convention.


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