The training of the IAEA inspectors about the Additional Protocol in the framework of the Hungarian Support Programme, was organised by the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority between 15 and 19 May 2023. The purpose of the inspections according to the Additional Protocol is to assure the absence of nuclear activities in facilities undeclared by the state to the IAEA and the absence of undeclared activities in declared facilities.
The president of the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority congratulated the Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic on its 30th anniversary in a short video message, highlighting the exceptionally good relations between the two partner regulators “as neighbours, as countries that operate the same type of nuclear power plants, as historical partners”.
The plenary meeting of the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group (ENSREG) took place on the 24 April in Brussel where the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority’s representative and other participants discussed the ENSREG working groups’ activities on nuclear safety and international cooperation, waste management and decommissioning, and transparency and official communication.
The OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) Steering Committee, in the work of which the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority plays active role, held its 145th meeting in Paris on 20-21 April 2023. The reports on the agenda of the meeting included, among others, the organisation's programme of work and budgets, the current NEA joint projects and the situation of staff on loan at the NEA.
The spring Plenary Meeting of the Western European Nuclear Regulators Association (WENRA) took place in Helsinki on 5 and 6 April 2023 with the participation of László Juhász, Vice-President of the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority.