"The document defines the parameters of the exchange of data, scientific information and know-how in the cases of incidents at nuclear power plants. Implementation of this agreement is aimed primarily at protecting humans and environment. Because many aspects of emergency situations that arise at the sites of nuclear power industry have not yet been fully investigated. However, it is necessary to immediately neutralize their pernicious effect on the safety of people and the environment. In such situations, more than ever, rapid exchange of information, expertise, ideas and suggestions is needed," Viktor Baloha said.
To date, Ukraine and Japan, which have gained considerable experience since the tragic incidents at Chornobyl and Fukushima, lack legal basis for such interaction.
The intergovernmental agreement is intended to fill this loophole in order to bring bilateral cooperation to a system level.
The governments of Ukraine and Japan will thus be able to agree on joint activities that would contribute to strengthening security in the world.
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