|The 43rd regular session of the International Atomic Energy
Agency's General Conference has elected 11 Member States to the IAEA Board of
Governors, the 35-member policy-making body.
The 11 Member States newly elected to
the Board are: Algeria, Austria, Belarus, Bolivia, Cuba, Finland, Indonesia,
Nigeria, Poland, Republic of Korea, Syrian Arab Republic.
The other 24 Member
States of the Board which have either been designated by the Board of Governors
or elected by the General Conference are: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada,
Chile, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, India, Japan, Jordan, Norway,
Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, Sudan,
Sweden, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of
The newly-constituted Board will
convene on 4 October, following the conclusion of the General Conference, to
elect the Board Chairman and Vice Chairmen for the period 1999-2000.