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China makes progress on nuclear security: report


12:51, March 27, 2012

BEIJING, March 27 (Xinhua) -- China has made significant progress on improving nuclear security, according to a government report.

The report, titled "National Progress Report on Nuclear Security of the People's Republic of China," was issued during the Nuclear Security Summit, which is being held in the Republic of Korea's capital of Seoul from March 26 to 27.

The Chinese government has taken active measures to implement the suggestions made at the 2010 Washington Nuclear Security Summit and made significant progress in enhancing its national nuclear security, the report said.

The report said authorities have already finished assessing security systems at operational nuclear power plants all over the country. Since April 2010, China has cooperated with the IAEA, the United States and other countries in conducting 20 training courses and seminars for more than 500 nuclear security workers, the report said.

According to the report, China and the United States are jointly constructing a Center of Excellence on Nuclear Security in Beijing, with the International Atomic Energy Agency, Canada and several other countries consulting with China to participate in its construction.

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