The IAEA’s Working Group on Radioactive Source Security

Report
IAEA and Nuclear Safety and Security
Co-operation with the EU
Geoffrey Shaw
Representative of the Director General
To the United Nations
May 14, 2015
New York
IAEA
International Atomic Energy Agency
Nuclear Security
EU – Joint Action / Council Decision
Sources of Funds
Budget (Euro)
Beneficiary Regions
Implementation
Period
EU-JA I
3,329,000
South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Caucasus
12/2005 - 04/2007
EU-JA II
3,914,000
South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Caucasus,
North Africa, Middle East
02/2006 - 09/2008
EU – JA III
6,995,000
South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Caucasus,
Middle East, Africa
02/2007 - 12/2008
EU – JA IV
7,703,000
South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Caucasus,
Middle East, Africa, South-East Asia
10/2009 - 06/2012
EU – CD V
9,966,000
EU – CD VI
8,050,000
Subtotal
39,957,000
IAEA
South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Caucasus,
Middle East, Africa, South-East Asia, Gulf, South 01/2011 – 12/2014
America, Caribbean & Central America
All Regions
01/2014 – 12/2016
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EU-IAEA Nuclear Security Cooperation
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150 training courses / 3500 participants
6 Nuclear Security Support Centers
24 States: recovery / removal of rad sources
16 States: physical protection upgrades
45 States: improve legislative / regulatory infrastructure
37 States: capacity for detection / response illicit trafficking
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44 Radiation Portal Monitors
670 Handheld detectors
36 sets of equipment supporting detection
21 sets of equipment supporting response
BMWG, ITDB
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Nuclear Safety
Portfolio of the Second Joint Review
Portfolio of about 37 IAEA projects € 20 891 614
Implemented by: IAEA (TC and NS Departments, NE inputs)
Contribution Agreement
Amount in EUR
2009/228788 (13/12/2010 – 13/12/2013)
860 000
2010/246286 (01/10/2010 – 01/10/2014)
1 100 000
2010/244291 (30/07/2010 – 29/07/2014)
5 400 000
2011/268525 (18/11/2011 – 17/11/2014)
4 000 000
2011/283190 (01/01/2012 – 30/06/2013)
271 614
2013/313757 (21/06/2013 – 31/05/2016)
9 260 000
IAEA
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EU-IAEA Nuclear Safety Cooperation
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Safety Standards and publications
Peer Review services
Networks on nuclear safety
Cooperation with MSs to promote
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Coord of stakeholders on remediation of uranium legacy
Safety and upgrades of research reactors
Emergency preparedness and response
Technical inputs & dissemination of technology
Capacity building on radiation safety
Strengthening regulatory function
National policy to strengthen nuclear safety
Radioactive Waste Management
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Visibility of EU Contribution
http://www.iaea.org/technicalcooperation/Partnerships/EU.html
http://www-ns.iaea.org/projects/ec-insc/default.asp?s=8&l=71
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Evolving Partnership
 Regular communication at programme manager/policy level
 Over past 2 years, more systematic mechanism for coordination
 Joint Review Meetings institutionalized (1st: June 2013, Brussels; 2nd:
March 2014, Vienna; 3rd: Dec 2014, Brussels)
 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on nuclear safety
cooperation, Sept 2013
 DG Visit to Brussels, Feb 2014
 Senior Officials Liaison Committee, once a year
 Senior Officers Meeting, once a year
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Conclusion
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IAEA highly values strong support of the EU
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Shared strategic objectives
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2013 MOU will further enhance cooperation
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identify further areas to coordinate
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