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Slovak-French nuclear cooperation

MARTA Žiaková, the chair of the Nuclear Supervision Office (ÚJD), and her French counterpart André-Claude Lacoste signed an agreement on the exchange of expert information and cooperation in nuclear safety at the Slovak Embassy in Paris on June 8. The agreement between the offices, which have been cooperating within WENRA, the network of chief regulators of western European countries with nuclear power plants, and ENSREG, the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group, represents another successful step in the deepening of French-Slovak cooperation in nuclear safety and in protection against radioactive radiation, the Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry press department announced.

MARTA Žiaková, the chair of the Nuclear Supervision Office (ÚJD), and her French counterpart André-Claude Lacoste signed an agreement on the exchange of expert information and cooperation in nuclear safety at the Slovak Embassy in Paris on June 8. The agreement between the offices, which have been cooperating within WENRA, the network of chief regulators of western European countries with nuclear power plants, and ENSREG, the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group, represents another successful step in the deepening of French-Slovak cooperation in nuclear safety and in protection against radioactive radiation, the Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry press department announced.


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