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UAE enhances nuclear emergency preparedness

18 september 2019

Most of the recommendations made by a mission in 2015 have been addressed, according to a follow-up mission to the United Arab Emirates by an International Atomic Energy Agency emergency preparedness review service team.

Bron: World Nuclear News
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