IAEA sends international experts commission to Japan

10:20, May 18, 2011      

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) based in Vienna sends an international commission of experts to Japan.

According to the press release from IAEA released on Tuesday, the mission, comprising nearly 20 international and IAEA experts from a dozen countries, will visit the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan between May 24 and June 2, 2011.

Under the leadership of Mike Weightman, Chief Inspector of Nuclear Installations of the United Kingdom, the nuclear experts will exchange views with the Japanese authorities on the crisis and assess safety regulations.

Source: Xinhua
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