On 21 March 2017, the Centre for Energy Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the International Atomic Energy Agency and the Permanent Mission of Hungary to the UN in Vienna held a joint press conference in Budapest about the cooperation of the IAEA and the Centre for Energy Research in Hungary. The Hungarian institute is the first collaborating centre dedicated by the IAEA in nuclear forensics. The Collaborating Centre organizes and holds international training courses and longer programs, determines innovative research areas, provides technical support and assistance to the region and strengthens nuclear security in Hungary and in the region.
Declaration of conformity for the authorization of transport requiring D-level physical protection in accordance with Govt. Decree 190/2011 and a guidance how to complete this form are available under Downloads.
Delegates of the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority (HAEA) and Gosatomnadzor (GAN) conducted a three-day long experience exchange on the subject of regulatory supervision of new nuclear power plant projects.
The meeting took place at Paks, Hungary on 27 and 28 February, 2017. Representatives of the relevant Hungarian authorities, members of the ConvEx-3 (2017) Task Group and representatives of Hungarian neighbouring countries and international organizations (International Atomic Energy Agency, European Commission, World Health Organization, World Meteorological Organization), were invited to participate in the meeting.
Mr Kristóf Horváth, Deputy Director General for General Nuclear Issues of the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority resigned on 1 March 2017. According to the rules of substitution his tasks are provisionally carried out by Mr Gyula Fichtinger, Director General of the HAEA.