IAEA states vow to boost nuclear regulators

By REUTERS
June 10, 2011 22:10

 
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VIENNA - More than 100 countries will pledge to strengthen national nuclear regulators and improve safety standards at a high-profile meeting this month called after Japan's atomic disaster, a draft declaration showed.

The vaguely-worded text -- obtained by Reuters ahead of a June 20-24 ministerial conference at the UN nuclear agency -- may disappoint those hoping for concrete and quick international action to avert any repeat of the Fukushima emergency.

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