NEA celebrates its diamond jubilee by looking to the future Nearly 200 senior leaders in the international nuclear sector from 31 countries came together in Paris today to celebrate the 60 anniversary of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) and to discuss the current state and future prospects for nuclear energy.
To mark the occasion, the NEA organised a special high‑level session for senior leaders in the nuclear sector.
State Minister Ito thanked the NEA for its contributions to the recovery of Fukushima after the Great East Japan Earthquake, and discussed possible follow‑up to the 2016 NEA workshop on "Post‑accident Food Safety Science" held in Fukushima.
In particular, the Minister expressed his thanks for the NEA's support for the Soma Agricultural High School students who took part in the workshop, and underlined the importance of taking care of the younger generation during the Fukushima prefecture recovery process.
"There have been many successes and accomplishments over the last 60 years.
Additionally, Interior is responsible for endangered species conservation and other environmental conservation efforts.The Hungarian delegation met with NEA Director‑General William D.Magwood, IV, and senior staff to provide the NEA with updates on the Paks Nuclear Power Plant project.The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) is a specialised agency within the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an intergovernmental organisation of industrialised countries, based in Paris, France.More » Hungarian Minister János Süli visits the NEA to discuss the Paks project János Süli, Hungary's Minister without Portfolio, responsible for the Paks Nuclear Power Plant expansion, Becskeházi Attila Csaba, Secretary of State for infrastructure development, innovation and localisation related to the maintenance of the capacity of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant, and Ambassador Zoltán Cséfalvay, Permanent Representative of Hungary to the OECD, visited the NEA on 26 June 2018 for high‑level discussions.