IAEA calls nuclear safety meeting for June

By REUTERS
March 30, 2011 16:01

 
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VIENNA - The International Atomic Energy Agency has called a high-level meeting on June 20-24 in Vienna to address nuclear safety in the wake of Japan's Fukushima crisis, diplomats said on Wednesday.

"(IAEA chief) Yukiya Amano just announced that it will take place June 20-24," a Western diplomat said. Two others confirmed this.

Amano said on Monday he wanted IAEA member states to assess the response to Japan's nuclear emergency and discuss ways to prevent such a disaster happening again.

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