Slovenia and South Korea for Better Nuclear Safety
Ljubljana, 7 January - SLOVENIA/SOUTH/KOREA/NUCLEAR/SAFETY
The Slovene administration for nuclear safety and the South Korean Ministry for Science and Technology on Friday signed an agreement on the exchange of information and co-operation in nuclear safety. The agreement was signed by Director of the Slovene administration for nuclear safety Miroslav Gregoric and South Korean Ambassador to Slovenia Ban Ki-moon. On the basis of the agreement the countries will exchange information, regulations and standards, which are required in regards to the influence of nuclear facilities on the environment.
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