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Joint IAEA and OECD NEA publication on uranium production and consumption

Red Book

The 28th edition of the „Red Book” jointly prepared by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) provides analyses and information from 45 uranium producing and consuming countries.

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HAEA official holiday


From 19 December 2020 to January 4, 2021, the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority holds its official holiday. During this period, documents can be submitted through HAEA’s online platform.

We wish to our partners and visitors happy holidays and a successful New Year!

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IAEA Board of Governors Meeting Online

Source: IAEA

The regular meeting of the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency was held entirely in virtual format from 16 to 20 November 2020. Hungary, as member of the Board of Governors since 2019, could delegate three representatives to participate in the online meeting.

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Recent Developments in Nuclear Safety in Hungary, October 2020


The new issue of the HAEA’s Nuclear Safety Bulletin presenting a number of interesting articles is now available. In the new issue, you can read about the most significant statistical data on nuclear safety and the recent legal changes in Hungary. The HAEA provides detailed information on the regulatory licensing and supervision activity of HAEA related to the new unit construction project, on the licensing of SLIM type test fuel assemblies, on the emergency management in the nuclear facilities and radioactive waste repositories induced by Covid-19. In the new issue, we also give an overview of the one-year membership of Hungary in the IAEA Board of Governors.

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HAEA submitted the Preliminary Safety Report

Source: IAEA

The Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority submitted the Preliminary Safety Analysis Report and its supporting reports related to the regulatory licensing procedure of the new nuclear units to the International Atomic Energy Agency. The document was sent to the IAEA in preparation for the Technical Safety Review (TSR) Mission. The purpose of the TSR Mission is to examine the Preliminary Safety Report, which serves as a base for the construction license application, and to assess whether the units planned for Paks meet IAEA safety standards. An international team of experts, coordinated by the IAEA, will implement the Mission.

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