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IRRS Missions Strengthen Nuclear Regulatory Frameworks

15 februari 2019

Nuclear safety is a national responsibility that requires robust regulations. The IAEA helps countries establish and strengthen their regulatory frameworks for nuclear safety through an expert peer review called the Integrated Regulatory Review Service, or IRRS.

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