Tuesday, May 21

The agreement on the exchange of radiation monitoring data between the CIS countries has entered into force in Russia

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The Agreement on cooperation between the CIS member states in the Exchange of radiation Monitoring data has entered into force in Russia. The document signed in Sochi in June 2023 was published on the portal of legal acts on Monday.

The agreement provides for the organization of interaction between authorized bodies on the exchange of radiation monitoring data, the provision and receipt of information on the state of the radiation situation on the territory of the CIS states, the exchange of data in the event of a threat or occurrence of transboundary transfer of radioactive substances on the territory of the parties to the agreement, including from the territory of third countries.

The document applies only to data from state monitoring systems and does not affect information coming from industrial sites of nuclear energy facilities. Within the framework of the agreement, the exchange of data constituting a state secret is also not carried out.

The document was signed by representatives of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.




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