Conference Highlights: Wednesday, 20 September
- Special Event on Nuclear Supply and Non-Proliferation Enters 2nd Day
"On the basis of our past, can we build a safer, more secure and prosperous nuclear future?" That was the challenge, Charles Curtis, Chair of the Special Event on assurances of nuclear supply and non-proliferation, put to a group of 280 high-level academics, Government policy advisers, industry and NGO reps gathered in Vienna. The group enters its second day of discussions of possible ways forward to guarantee countries a secure and economical nuclear fuel supply, if they forgo building indigenous enrichment facilities. More »
- 50 Years - Memorabilia Exhibit
In commemoration of the first fifty years of the IAEA, a memorabilia exhibit is on display in the Rotunda of the ACV throughout the General Conference. The exhibition features items from US President Eisenhower's "Atoms for Peace" address to the General Assembly of the United Nations on 8 December 1953, as well as significant memorabilia from the early days of the IAEA. A photo gallery depicting significant events that occurred during the first half century of the IAEA is an integral part of the exhibition. More »:: Memorabilia Photo Exhibit »
- Exhibit by China
An exhibit by China will be displayed throughout the 50th session of the General Conference to mark over 20 years of support and cooperation with the IAEA in various fields of peaceful uses of nuclear energy and technology.
- Exhibits by Member States
Exhibits and displays on various themes by Argentina, India, Indonesia, Republic of Moldova, Japan, Philippines, Romania, Russian Federation, Spain and USA have also been set up for the duration of the General Conference.
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