No Surprises in EU's Report on Slovene Nuclear Safety
Brussels, 7 June - The European Union group for atomic questions concluded its report on nuclear security in EU candidate countries which the fifteen member bloc will use as a basis for further discussion on the topic in the framework of accession. The European diplomatic sources in Brussels explained that this document, results of which have still not been made known to the public, presents "no surprises" for Slovenia as the level of nuclear safety in Slovenia has been assessed similarly to previous such reports.
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